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An applet is a small, interactive application that resides within a panel, for example the <application>CD Player</application>. Each applet has a simple user interface that you can operate with the mouse or keyboard.
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Located in C/glossary.xml:6(para)
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An icon on your desktop that you can use to open your files, folders, and applications. You can use desktop objects to provide convenient access to files, folders, and applications that you use frequently.
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Located in C/glossary.xml:28(para)
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The file extension can identify the type of a file. <application>Nautilus</application> file manager uses this information when to determine what to do when you open a file. For more on this, see <xref linkend="nautilus-open-file"/>.
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Located in C/glossary.xml:50(para)
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keyboard shortcut
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Located in C/glossary.xml:76(glossterm)
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A <firstterm>keyboard shortcut</firstterm> is a key or combination of keys that provides an alternative to standard ways of performing an action.
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Located in C/glossary.xml:78(para)
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launcher
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Located in C/glossary.xml:83(glossterm)
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A launcher starts a particular application, executes a command, or opens a file. A launcher can reside in a panel or in a menu.
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Located in C/glossary.xml:85(para)
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A Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension (MIME) type identifies the format of a file. The MIME type enables applications to read the file. For example, an email application can use the <literal>image/png</literal> MIME type to detect that a Portable Networks Graphic (PNG) file is attached to an email.
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Located in C/glossary.xml:99(para)
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mount
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Located in C/glossary.xml:107(glossterm)
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To mount is to make a file system available for access. When you mount a file system, the file system is attached as a subdirectory to your file system.
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Located in C/glossary.xml:109(para)
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