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\begingroup\parindent=0pt\parskip=0pt Revision number: 806\qquad Revision date: 2010-04-23 22:59:46 +0100
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Left-clicking icons in the notification area will bring up a list of options, and in some cases right-clicking an icon will also perform an action related to that program. For example, to adjust the volume, simply left-click once on the volume icon and a volume slider will appear. Click the date and time applet to open a small calendar, and then click a specific date to add a reminder to your calendar through \application{Evolution} (see \chaplink{ch:default-applications} for more information on \application{Evolution}).
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\marginnote{To add a new applet to a panel, right click in a clear area on the panel and select \button{Add to Panel.}}
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When the calender is expanded there is a button labeled \button{Locations}, which will open a small world map when clicked. Here you can further set up your location preferences by clicking \button{Edit}. In the window that appears, click \button{Add}, then enter your location in the text field. If you live in a major city it may be on the list already; if not, you can enter your latitude and longitude manually (try searching online if you don't have this information). Make sure your time zone is selected, then click \button{OK} to return to the preferences screen.
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Feel free to explore the other options available under the \button{General} and \button{Weather} tabs if you like, then click \button{Close} at the bottom when you are done. If weather information is available for your city, you will now see the current temperature displayed alongside the date and time in the notification area.
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The bottom panel
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\marginnote{The \acronym{GNOME} desktop environment used in Ubuntu can provide two or more virtual desktops,'' or \textbf{workspaces}. Using these workspaces can reduce clutter by opening windows on separate desktops, without needing a separate monitor. For example, in order to organize your activities you may have your email open in one workspace and a text document you are working on in another. To switch workspaces, simply click on the boxes in the \textbf{workspace switcher} or use the keyboard shortcut \keystroke{Ctrl+Alt+Left arrow} or \keystroke{Ctrl+Alt+Right arrow} to switch workspaces quickly.}
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Ubuntu uses most of the bottom panel to display a list of all programs or windows that are currently open. These appear as horizontal buttons which can be clicked to \emph{minimize} or \emph{restore} the corresponding windows (see \seclink{sec:managing-windows} below for more information).
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On the far left of the bottom panel is a small icon that resembles a desktop. This \emph{Show Desktop} button will \gls{minimize} all open windows at once, giving you clear access to your desktop. This is particularly useful when you have many windows open at once and your desktop becomes cluttered. Clicking the button again will restore the windows to their original position.
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