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Old 01-31-2010, 11:50 AM   #1
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LXDE Kiosk Mode?


Hi,

I want to provide the LXDE for some people but would like to hide some right-click items in LXPanel and the PCMan file manager. This would be to prevent them from making changes and also to simplify the right-click menu.

In PCMan, I will have to do the same for the menus (File etc.) at the top (maybe just hide them?).

If it is easier to disable right-click in general, then that may be acceptable.

Thanks
 
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