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Menu Deskbara
Lista uruchomionych aplikacji


The Deskbar is the little panel that by default is located in the upper right corner of the screen. It's Haiku's version of Windows' taskbar with its Start button. It contains the Deskbar menu from where you can start applications and preferences, a tray with a clock and other tools below that and a list of currently running programs at the bottom.


You can move the Deskbar to any corner or as a bar along the upper or lower border of the screen by gripping the knobbly area on one side of the tray and drag & drop it into the new position. You can also fold it into a more compact layout by drag & dropping the knobbly area onto the Deskbar menu.

By gripping the other knobbly widget of the tray, you can change the width of the Deskbar by dragging the mouse left or right:


A wider Deskbar allows for more icons in the tray on a single row. It also truncates longer application names in the list of running programs less often, especially if you use larger icons.

index Menu Deskbara

Gdy klikniesz na górze Deskbara, otworzy się menu:


indexPreferencje Deskbara


Panel preferencji Deskbara jest podzielony na trzy sekcje.


Poniższe ustawienia nie dotyczą zainstalowanych programów, tylko zachowania i wyglądu listy uruchomionych aplikacji.

Sortuj uruchomione aplikacje Sortuje alfabetycznie listę uruchomionych aplikacji.
Tracker zawsze pierwszy Nawet jeśli włączysz sortowanie alfabetyczne, wpis Trackera pozostanie pierwszy na liście.
Show application expander Włącza mały widżet pozwalający pokazać/ukryć wszystkie okna aplikacji bezpośrednio pod jej wpisem w Deskbarze.
Expand new applications Nowo uruchomione aplikacje będą wyświetlać swoje okna automatycznie pod swoim wpisem w Deskbarze.
Ukryj nazwy aplikacji Usuwa etykiety tekstowe uruchomionych aplikacji.
Rozmiar ikon Dostosowuje rozmiar ikon uruchomionych aplikacji.


While the first couple of menu items of the Deskbar are fixed, you can customized the ones below Shutdown....
Here you can set the number of recent documents, folders and applications that are shown in their menu in the Deskbar, or if you want to see them at all.
The button Edit in Tracker... opens the folder ~/config/settings/deskbar/menu/. In it you'll find the files and folders that appear in the Deskbar, by default these are Applications, Demos, Deskbar applets, and Preferences.
You can delete or add entries like links to applications, documents or even queries by simply copying/deleting them to/from this folder.

Programs installed from a package automatically put an entry into the Deskbar. Depending on the number of packages you have installed, this can become a bit crowded. If you prefer to have total control, and only want to see applications you link there yourself (possibly in categorizing sub-folders), here's how to do it:
You create a link of the menu folder in ~/config/settings/deskbar/ and rename to menu_entries. From Terminal that is achieved with:

ln -s ~/config/settings/deskbar/menu ~/config/settings/deskbar/menu_entries


Finally, the preferences for the Deskbar window.

Zawsze na wierzchu The Deskbar always stays above all other windows.
Auto-raise The Deskbar pops to the front if the mouse pointer touches it.
Auto-hide The Deskbar is reduced to only a few pixels and only pops up if the mouse pointer touches them.

index Tacka


Among other things, the tray is housing the clock. Hover the mouse over it to display the date in a tooltip. Left-click it to show a calendar. Right-click it to hide/show the clock or launch the Time preferences to set it.

Any program can install an icon in the tray to provide an interface to the user. The email system, for instance, shows a different symbol when there's unread mail and offers a context menu to e.g. create or check for new mail. ProcessController is another example that uses its icon in the tray to provide information (CPU/memory usage) and to offer a context menu.

index Lista uruchomionych aplikacji


You can change to a specific running application by clicking on its entry in the Deskbar and choosing (one of) its windows from the submenu. By right-clicking you can Hide/Show all windows or Close all and with them the entire application.

A SHIFT CTRL click on an application hides all its windows, a CTRL click shows them again.

Sometimes an application may hang and even though all its windows are gone, the entry in the list of running applications in the Deskbar just won't disappear. In such a situation you use the Vulcan Death Grip to get rid of it: hold SHIFT CTRL ALT and click on the offending entry in the Deskbar. Fascinating!

If you activated Expanders in the Deskbar settings, you can expand/collapse the list of windows directly under an application's entry.

In front of every application's windows is a symbol providing info on its state. A bright symbol means a window is visible, a dark one that it's minimized. Three lines in front of a symbol shows that it's not on the current workspace.