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Old 03-09-2004, 09:03 PM   #1
citrus
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OUT WITH KDE in with dropline few questions tho....


ok well i just installed dropline gnome never even using gnome before but i think i fell in love infact it runs better and it i like the way the set it up a little more

couple questions tho

how might i make it so when i double click on the title bar it will maximize intstead of shadeing it

and in kde i love the option where if i am in a DIR i can right click and "open terminal here"

is there anyway to add an option like that

or any good tutorials/howtos....


thanks alot guys
 
  


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