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{
"phabricator.uri" : "https://phab.lubuntu.me"
}

@ -8,12 +8,11 @@ to do it. This guide is meant to show how to contribute to the Lubuntu Manual.
Before starting, you need a few tools.
- A modern, Debian-based Linux distribution
- Debian Jessie (8.0) and onwards
- Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and onwards
- Debian Buster (10.0) and onwards
- Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and onwards
- A text editor with syntax highlighting and spell checking
- The following packages from your Linux distribution's repository:
- `git`
- `python3-pip`
- `arcanist`
- `python3-sphinx`
- `texlive`
- `texlive-formats-extra`
@ -25,23 +24,22 @@ Before starting, you need a few tools.
To clone the repository, you can run this command:
```
git clone ssh://git@phab.lubuntu.me/source/manual.git
git clone https://git.lubuntu.me/Lubuntu/manual.git
```
but to do this you must have your ssh key on phabricator.
## Adding a file to the manual
After setting up the tools, you should now be ready to start editing files.
If you look in the `source` directory, you should see some files. There's
`index.rst`, which is the main page, and some directories and subdirectories
that are numbers. Those are chapters of the book, and are listed in the
`index.rst` file.
that are numbers. Those are chapters of the manual, and are listed in the
`index.rst` file. Chapter 1 deals with downloading and installing Lubuntu. Chapter 2 has to deal with applications for office web browsers and accesories. Chapter 3 documents programs that change settings. Chapter 4 is programs for installing and updating software. Chapter 5 is for the panel, runner, and window management. Each chapter that begins with a letter is an appendix.
Let's say you want to create Chapter 20. In the `source` directory, create a
directory titled `20`. In the `20` directory, create a file with the name of
the chapter. Let's call this chapter `foo bar`. Create a file named
`foo_bar.rst` in `20`. Edit that file however you want. When you are done,
add this to `source/index.rst`:
add this to `source/index.rst`. To add a file to an already existing chapter add it to the toctree in the chapter.
```
Contents
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To submit your code, or push to your Launchpad account and
submit a merge request, both will be seen by someone with the permission to
merge. Push to the following repository to be able to submit a merge proposal on differential after registering an account on the Lubuntu phabricator.
merge. Push to the following repository to be able to submit a merge proposal on the Lubuntu gittea.
```
arc diff
```
Another option if you prefer would be to send patch mail to [lubuntu-devel@lists.ubuntu.com](mailto:lubuntu-devel@lists.ubuntu.com).
This assumes you are already familiar with patch mail and you know how.
@ -100,8 +95,8 @@ merge proposal or pull request.**
## Specification/What is there to do?
In `spec.rst`, there is an editable outline of items to be accomplished, a precompiled version with spec.pdf description of items to be accomplished, and on
`PROGRESS.md`, there is our status in completing that specification. In the specification if you make changes run ``` rst2pdf spec.rst"
`PROGRESS.md`, there is our status in completing that specification. In the specification if you make changes run ``` rst2pdf spec.rst ```
Pick out something to do, but before you start, please indicate on the [lubuntu-devel
mailing list](https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/Lubuntu-devel) or on [#lubuntu-devel on freenode](https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.freenode.net/#lubuntu-devel) to state that you intend to
mailing list](https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/Lubuntu-devel) or on [#lubuntu-devel on libera](https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.libera.net/#lubuntu-devel) to state that you intend to
complete what you have picked out. Please also look at `PROGRESS.md` to see
what still needs to be completed.

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| State | Chapter |
| --------------------- | ----------- |
| :white_checkmark: | 1.1 |
| :white_checkmark: | 1.2 |
| :White_checkmark: | 1.3 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.1 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.1.1 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.1.2 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.1.3 |
| :construction_worker: | 2.1.4 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.1.5 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.2 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.2.1 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.2.2 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.2.3 |
| :contsrtucion_worker: | 2.2.4 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.2.5 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.2.6 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.3 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.3.1 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.3.2 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.3.3 |
| :whtie_checkmark: | 2.4 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.4.1 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.4.2 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.4.3 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.4.4 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.4.5 |
| :red_checkmark: | 2.4.6 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.4.7 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.4.8 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.5 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.5.1 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.5.2 |
| :white_checkmark: | 2.5.3 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.1 |
| :construction_worker: | 3.1.1 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.1.2 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.1.3 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.1.4 |
| :whtie_checkmark: | 3.1.5 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.1.6 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.1.7 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.1.8 |
| :construction_worker: | 3.1.9 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.1 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.2 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.3 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.4 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.5 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.6 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.7 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.8 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.9 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.10 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.11 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.12 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.13 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.14 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.15 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.16 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.17 |
| :red_circle: | 3.2.18 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.19 |
| :white_checkmark: | 3.2.20 |
| :white_checkmark: | 4.1 |
| :white_checkmark: | 4.2 |
| :white_checkmark: | 4.3 |
| :white_checkmark: | 5.1 |
| :white_checkmark: | 5.2 |
| :white_checkmark: | 5.3 |
| :white_checkmark: | 5.4 |
| :white_checkmark: | 5.5 |
| :construction_worker: | Appendix A |
| :white_checkmark: | Appendix B |
| :white_checkmark: | Appendix C |
| :white_checkmark: | Appendix D |
| :white_checkmark: | Appendix E |
| :white_checkmark: | Appendix F |
| :construction_worker: | Appendix G |

@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ The documentation is powered by [Sphinx](http://www.sphinx-doc.org/en/stable/) a
Run the following command to install the needed dependencies:
```
sudo apt install python3-pip python3-sphinx latexmk texlive texlive-formats-extra arcanist python3-sphinx-rtd-theme python3-sphinx-bootstrap-theme
sudo apt install python3-pip python3-sphinx latexmk texlive texlive-formats-extra python3-sphinx-rtd-theme python3-sphinx-bootstrap-theme
```
You can see the options for building the documentation by running `make help`. You can make the html version by running `make html`. You can make a pdf version of the lubuntu manual with `make latexpdf`. If you just want to check for warnings or errors building run `make dummy`.

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Chapter 1.1 Retrieving the image
=================================
Before you install Lubuntu, you need to retrieve the correct image. Lubuntu supports AMD64 CPU types also known as 64-bit with a new version every six months (supported for nine months), and every two years being a long term support release (supported for three years). Lubuntu 20.04 is a Long Term Support release supported until 2023. Lubuntu 21.04 is supported until January 2022.
Before you install Lubuntu, you need to retrieve the correct image. Lubuntu supports AMD64 CPU types also known as 64-bit with a new version every six months (supported for nine months), and every two years being a long term support release (supported for three years). Lubuntu 22.04 is a Long Term Support release supported until 2025. Lubuntu 23.04 is supported until January 2023.
LTS vs. Regular Releases
------------------------
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.. code::
sha256sum lubuntu-22.10-desktop-amd64.iso
sha256sum lubuntu-23.04-desktop-amd64.iso
and then carefully check that the output matches
.. code::
99ecc1b490922b3444a18bc7ae05c136930149616dddf0b5566ace7066169c69 *lubuntu-22.10-desktop-amd64.iso
92c1659668baab47269725a05a46115628801b5a464e2860b65edce50c9d0fcf *lubuntu-23.04-desktop-amd64.iso
Downloading the image via BitTorrent
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
@ -80,6 +80,6 @@ To download the image using zsync run
.. code::
zsync http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/releases/22.10/release/lubuntu-22.10-desktop-amd64.iso.zsync
zsync https://cdimage.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/releases/23.04/release/lubuntu-23.04-desktop-amd64.iso.zsync
**You have now downloaded the image successfully. Please continue to Chapter 1.2.**

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Version
----------
Lubuntu currently ships with the latest version of Firefox, Firefox 103.
Lubuntu currently ships with the latest version of Firefox, Firefox 111.
How to Launch

@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ Lubuntu ships with version 3.00 of Transmission.
How to Launch
-------------
To launch Transmission go to menu :menuselection:`Internet --> Qtransmission Bittorent Client` or run
To launch Transmission go to menu :menuselection:`Internet --> Transmission (Qt)` or run
.. code::
@ -73,7 +73,7 @@ To open your preferences for Transmission :menuselection:`Edit --> Preferences`.
.. image:: qtransmission-speed-pref.png
The :guilabel:`Downloading` tab of your preferences has settings for downloading torrents. To automatically have transmission open the torrent files in a directory check the :guilabel:`Automatically add .torrent files from` checkbox and chose a path to have automatically added. To start the added torrents automatically check the :guilabel:`Start added torrents` checkbox. To choose where to save torrents is in the :guilabel:`Save to Location:` button to bring up a dialog to show where to save the torrent. To set a maximum number of torrents downloading at the same time change the :guilabel:`Maximum active downloads` field. To stop trying to download a file after no more file to download change the :guilabel:`Download is inactive if data sharing stopped` and choose how many minutes to choose if it is inactive. To add .part to the end of incomplete downloaded files check the :guilabel:`Append ".part" to incomplete files' names` checkbox. To choose if you want a different file to choose the incomplete files check the :guilabel:`Keep incomplete files in` checkbox and bring a dialog to choose where to store the inocomplete files on the right.
The :guilabel:`Downloading` tab of your preferences has settings for downloading torrents. To automatically have transmission open the torrent files in a directory check the :guilabel:`Automatically add .torrent files from` checkbox and chose a path to have automatically added. To start the added torrents automatically check the :guilabel:`Start added torrents` checkbox. To choose where to save torrents is in the :guilabel:`Save to Location:` button to bring up a dialog to show where to save the torrent. To set a maximum number of torrents downloading at the same time change the :guilabel:`Maximum active downloads` field. To stop trying to download a file after no more file to download change the :guilabel:`Download is inactive if data sharing stopped` and choose how many minutes to choose if it is inactive. To add .part to the end of incomplete downloaded files check the :guilabel:`Append ".part" to incomplete files' names` checkbox. To choose if you want a different file to choose the incomplete files check the :guilabel:`Keep incomplete files in` checkbox and bring a dialog to choose where to store the incomplete files on the right.
.. image:: transmissionprefrences.png

@ -100,7 +100,7 @@ To change your shortcut :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Shortcuts`. To se
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 1:0.13.1 of Quassel IRC.
Lubuntu ships with version 1:0.14.1 of Quassel IRC.
How to Launch

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Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 5.25.1 of Bluedevil.
Lubuntu ships with version 5.27.3 of Bluedevil.

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Usage
------
To open a recently used file in LibreOffice they are shown in the main part of the window by pressing the :guilabel:`Recent Documents` button or :menuselection:`File --> Recent Documents`. To clear your recent documents left click the arrow next to :guilabel:`Recent Documents` and select :menuselection:`Clear Recent Documents` or :menuselection:`File --> Recent Documents --> Clear List`. If you do not want a particular recent document shown in the center press the :guilabel:`x` button in the top right corner of that file. To open a program or to create a file from a file dialog are along the left hand column under the :guilabel:`Create` header. To open a particular file press the :guilabel:`Open File` button, press :kbd:`Control+ O`, or :menuselection:`File --> Open`. To start a new document from a template press the :guilabel:`Templates` button and left click on the template you want. To choose a subcategory of tmeplates click the downward pointing arrow next to :guilabel:`Templates`.
To open a recently used file in LibreOffice they are shown in the main part of the window by pressing the :guilabel:`Recent Documents` button or :menuselection:`File --> Recent Documents`. To clear your recent documents left click the arrow next to :guilabel:`Recent Documents` and select :menuselection:`Clear Recent Documents` or :menuselection:`File --> Recent Documents --> Clear List`. If you do not want a particular recent document shown in the center press the :guilabel:`x` button in the top right corner of that file. To open a program or to create a file from a file dialog are along the left hand column under the :guilabel:`Create` header. To open a particular file press the :guilabel:`Open File` button, press :kbd:`Control+ O`, or :menuselection:`File --> Open`. To start a new document from a template press the :guilabel:`Templates` button and left click on the template you want. To choose a subcategory of templates click the downward pointing arrow next to :guilabel:`Templates`.
To close LibreOffice press :kbd:`Conntrol+ Q`.
To close LibreOffice press :kbd:`Control+ Q`.
LibreOffice all of the different components have a window menu that lets you switch between a document in LibreOffice Writer and LibreOffice Calc. To do this go to :menuselection:`Window` and select the window that you want to switch to.
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Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 7.4.2 of LibreOffice.
Lubuntu ships with version 7.5.1 of LibreOffice.
How to Launch
-------------

@ -53,6 +53,12 @@ To make text bold in LibreOffice Calc press :kbd:`Control + B` or :menuselection
To align text in the center of the cells press :kbd:`Control +E` or :menuselection:`Format --> Align Text --> Centered`. To align text in the cells to the right of the cell press :kbd:`Control +R` or :menuselection:` Format --> Align Text --> Right`. To switch the text back to being on the left press :kbd:`Control +L` or :menuselection:`Format --> Align Text --> Left`. To align text so that the edges of each cell all line up with being stretched in the center press :kbd:`Control + J` or :menuselection:` Format --> Align Text --> Justified`. To align text to the top of the cell :menuselection:` Format --> Align Text --> Top`. To center thee text vertically in the cell :menuselection:`Format --> Align Text --> Center`. To align text to the bottom of a cell :menuselection:`Format --> Align Text --> Bottom`.
To format your cells for a number with two decimal places press :kbd:`Control+Shift+1` or :menuselection:`Format --> Number Format --> Number`. To format a number as a percent press :kbd:`Control+ Shift+ 5` or :menuselection:`Format --> Number Format --> Percent`. To format a cell as currency press :kbd:`Control + Shift + 4` or :menuselection:`Format --> Number Format --> Currency`. To format a cell as a date press :kbd:`Contorol+ Shift+ 3` or :menuselection:`Format --> Number Format --> Date`. To format a cell as time :menuselection:`Format --> Number Format --> Time`. To format the cell in scientific notation press :kbd:`Control + Shift + 2` or :menuselection:`Format --> Number Format --> Scientific`. To switch your formatting back to the general default press :kbd:`Control+ Shift +6` or :menuselection:`Format --> Number Format --> General`. To add a thousands separator to your number :menuselection:`Format --> Number Format --> Thousands Separator`.
To toggle hiding the formula bar :menuselection:`View --> Formula Bar`. To toggle viewing the status bar at the bottom :menuselection:`View --> Status Bar`. To toggle showing the headers that show what each cell is like a4 :menuselection:`View --> View Headers`. To toggle viewing gridlines :menuselection:`View --> View Grid Lines`.
To add a new spreadsheet quickly at the end press the :guilabel:`+` button at the bottom. To switch between different sheets left click on the sheet name at the bottom bar. To delete a sheet you added right click on it :menuselection:` Delete Sheet` and then confirm you are deleting that sheet. To rename a sheet right click on the sheets name and :menuselection:`Rename Sheet`.
To quit LibreOffice Calc press :kbd:`Control+Q`.
Charts
@ -71,7 +77,7 @@ The :guilabel:`Chart Elements` tab controls labels and displaying legends on you
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 7.4.2 of LibreOffice Calc.
Lubuntu ships with version 7.5.1 of LibreOffice Calc.
How to Launch
-------------

@ -30,9 +30,11 @@ To apply a bold effects on your fonts select the text with the mouse and then pr
To increase your font size press :kbd:`Control + ]` or :menuselection:`Format --> Text --> Increase Size`. To decrease your font size press :kbd:`Control + [` or :menuselection:`Format --> Text --> Decrease Size`. To make text superscript select it and press :kbd:`Shift + Control +P` or :menuselection:`Format --> Text --> Superscript`. To make text subscript select it and press :kbd:`Shift + Control + B` or :menuselection:`Format --> Text --> Subscript`.
To spell check your presentation press :kbd:`F7` or :menuselection:`Tools --> Spellcheck`. If you want to print your slides you can press :kbd:`Control + p` or :menuselection:`File --> Print`. To open up your printer settings :menuselection:`File --> Printer Settings`. A dialog will pop up with different settings for your printer. To chose which printer to print to use the :guilabel:`Printer` drop down menu. To change which slides use the :guilabel:`Range and Copies` button group. To change what paper size you are printing change the :guilabel:`Paper size` field. To change which way the paper is printed on change the :guilabel:`Orientation` field. To the left in a sidebar is a preview of what you will print. To view what page you are on and how many pages is in the bottom left of the sidebar.
To spell check your presentation press :kbd:`F7` or :menuselection:`Tools --> Spellcheck`. To ignore a spelling mistake once press :guilabel:`Ignore Once`. To ignore all instances of a word press :guilabel:`Ignore All`. To add a word to the spellchecking dictionary press the :guilabel:`Add to Dictionary` button. To correct this typo press the :guilabel:`Correct` button. To correct every time this typo press the :guilabel:`Correct All` button.
If you want to paste text into a slideshow press :kbd:`Control + V` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Paste`. To copy text select it first and then press :kbd:`Control + C` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Copy`. To cut text select it first and the press :kbd:`Control +X` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Cut`. To paste text without formatting pres :kbd:`Control +Shift + Alt +V` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Paste Unformatted Text`. To select all text press :kbd:`Control+A` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Select All`.
If you want to print your slides you can press :kbd:`Control + p` or :menuselection:`File --> Print`. To open up your printer settings :menuselection:`File --> Printer Settings`. A dialog will pop up with different settings for your printer. To chose which printer to print to use the :guilabel:`Printer` drop down menu. To change which slides use the :guilabel:`Range and Copies` button group. To change what paper size you are printing change the :guilabel:`Paper size` field. To change which way the paper is printed on change the :guilabel:`Orientation` field. To the left in a sidebar is a preview of what you will print. To view what page you are on and how many pages is in the bottom left of the sidebar.
If you want to paste text into a slideshow right click :menuselection:`Paste`, press :kbd:`Control + V`, or :menuselection:`Edit --> Paste`. To copy text select it first and then press :kbd:`Control + C`, right click :menuselection:`Copy`, or :menuselection:`Edit --> Copy`. To cut text select it first and the press :kbd:`Control +X`, right click :menuselection:`Cut`, or :menuselection:`Edit --> Cut`. To paste text without formatting pres :kbd:`Control +Shift + Alt +V` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Paste Unformatted Text`. To select all text press :kbd:`Control+A` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Select All`.
To insert a special character :menuselection:`Insert --> Special Character`. To center your text press :kbd:`Control + E` or :menuselection:`Format --> Align --> Center`. To have your text aligned to the right press :kbd:`Control +R` or :menuselection:`Format --> Align --> Right`. To align text to the left press :kbd:`Control + L` or :menuselection:`Format -->Align --> Left`.
@ -40,7 +42,7 @@ To bring up a dialog to customize the character or your text :menuselection:`For
.. image:: loformatcharacter.png
The :guilabel:` Font Effects` tab has effects for your text. To have many different strikethrough effects to your text select the one you want from the dropdown :guilabel:`Strikethrough` menu. To change whether the font appears to be sunken or raised from the presentation use the menu for :guilabel:`Relief`. To choose how you want your text underlined choose an option from the :guilabel:`Underlining` menu. To change the color of your underline use the :guilabel:`Underline color` menu. To have effects with how your is vertically with the rest of the line select the :guilabel:`Position` tab. To make your text superscript press the :guilabel:`Superscript` button. To make your text subscript press the :guilabel:`Subscript` button. The menu for :guilabel:`Scale width` changes how much to scale the width of the font.
The :guilabel:`Font Effects` tab has effects for your text. To have many different strikethrough effects to your text select the one you want from the dropdown :guilabel:`Strikethrough` menu. To change whether the font appears to be sunken or raised from the presentation use the menu for :guilabel:`Relief`. To choose how you want your text underlined choose an option from the :guilabel:`Underlining` menu. To change the color of your underline use the :guilabel:`Underline color` menu. To have effects with how your is vertically with the rest of the line select the :guilabel:`Position` tab. To make your text superscript press the :guilabel:`Superscript` button. To make your text subscript press the :guilabel:`Subscript` button. The menu for :guilabel:`Scale width` changes how much to scale the width of the font.
To format the paragraphs and spacing of text :menuselection:`Format --> Paragraph`. The :guilabel:`Indents & Spacing` Tab has settings for indenting your text and the space between lines. To increase the indent right before the text starts increase the :guilabel:`Before text` field. To change the indentation after your text change the :guilabel:`After text` field. To have a different indent for your first line change the :guilabel:`First Line` filed. To change the amount of space above a paragraph change the :guilabel:`Above paragraph` field. To change the space below a paragraph change the :guilabel:`Below paragraph` field. To change the line spacing from this dialog window select the drop down menu :guilabel:`Line Spacing`. To reset your changes in this window press the :guilabel:`Reset` button. To not apply your changes press the :guilabel:`Cancel` button. To apply your changes and exit the window press the :guilabel:`OK` button.
@ -114,13 +116,13 @@ Slideshows/Presentations
------------------------
To start a slideshow press :kbd:`f5` or the button the looks like a TV with a triangle on it or :menuselection:`Slide Show --> Start from First Slide.` To start a slideshow from the current slide press :kbd:`Shift + f5` or :menuselection:`Slide Show --> Start from current slide`. To exit the slideshow press :kbd:`escape`. To get to the next slide of the slideshow left click or press the :kbd:`right arrow key`. to get to a previous slide in presentation mode press the :kbd:`left arrow key` or right click previous. To move back to your first slide press the :kbd:`Home` key. To move to your last slide press the :kbd:`End` key.
To bring up custom settings for your settings :menuselection:`Slide Show --> Slide Show Settings`. To change the presentation to in a window press the :guilabel:`In a window` button. To have the slideshow or presentation repeat afterwards press the :guilabel:`Loop and repeat after:`. To switch back to the default of having your presentation be fullscreen press the :guilabel:`Full screen` button. To change options on your presentation are under the :guilabel:`Options` heading. To toggle showing the mouse pointer check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Mouse pointer visible` checkbox. To toggle allowing animations check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Animations allowed` checkbox. To toggle changing slides by clicking with the mouse check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Change slides by clicking on background` checkbox. To toggle the presentation always on top check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Presentation always on top` checkbox.
To bring up custom settings for your settings :menuselection:`Slide Show --> Slide Show Settings`. To change the presentation to in a window press the :guilabel:`In a window` button. To have the slideshow or presentation repeat afterwards press the :guilabel:`Loop and repeat after:`. To switch back to the default of having your presentation be fullscreen press the :guilabel:`Full screen` button. To change options on your presentation are under the :guilabel:`Options` heading. To toggle showing the mouse pointer check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Mouse pointer visible` checkbox. To toggle allowing animations check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Animations allowed` checkbox. To toggle changing slides by clicking with the mouse check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Change slides by clicking on background` checkbox. To toggle the presentation always on top check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Presentation always on top` checkbox. To change which screen or projector impress is presenting to change the :guilabel:`Presentation display` field.
.. image:: slideshowprop.png
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 7.4.2 of LibreOffice Impress.
Lubuntu ships with version 7.5.1 of LibreOffice Impress.
How To Launch
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@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ To quit LibreOffice Math press :kbd:`Control+Q`.
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with Version 7.4.2 of LibreOffice Math.
Lubuntu ships with Version 7.5.1 of LibreOffice Math.
How to Launch
-------------

@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ To use LibreOffice writer type what you wish to type into the main part of the w
.. image:: writer-save.png
To change the font size there is a drop down box with a number in it you can type the font size you want in this box or select from the dropdown menu. You can change the font with the drop down box to the left of the font size which you can type and it autocompletes the fonts or select from the drop down menu. To make your text bold you can select the text with the mouse and press the button that looks like **B** or press :kbd:`control + B`. To make the font italic press the button that looks like *I* or press :kbd:`control + I` after selecting the text or keep typing with it to be italic. To have an underlined text select the text and press :kbd:`Control +U` or press the underlined :guilabel:`U` button. To change the style of underline press the downard pointed arrow next the underlined :guilabel:`U` button. To make strikethrough press the button that is a s with a line through it. If you want a floating window on how to style your text :menuselection:`Format --> Character`.
To change the font size there is a drop down box with a number in it you can type the font size you want in this box or select from the dropdown menu. You can change the font with the drop down box to the left of the font size which you can type and it autocompletes the fonts or select from the drop down menu. To make your text bold you can select the text with the mouse and press the button that looks like **B** or press :kbd:`control + B`. To make the font italic press the button that looks like *I* or press :kbd:`control + I` after selecting the text or keep typing with it to be italic. To have an underlined text select the text and press :kbd:`Control +U` or press the underlined :guilabel:`U` button. To change the style of underline press the downward pointed arrow next the underlined :guilabel:`U` button. To make strikethrough press the button that is a s with a line through it. If you want a floating window on how to style your text :menuselection:`Format --> Character`.
To copy text select it with the mouse or :kbd:`Shift + arrow key` then press :kbd:`Control +C` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Copy`. To cut text select it first and then press :kbd:`Control +X` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Cut`. To paste text press :kbd:`Control +V` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Paste`. To paste with no formatting press :kbd:`Control + Alt + Shift+ V` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Paste Unformatted Text`.
@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ To change alignment from this window use the :guilabel:`Alignment` tab. To chang
.. image:: lowriter_paragraph.png
To change what how the text deals with page breaks and paragraphs use the :guilabel:`Text Flow` tab. To automatically use hyphens check the :guilabel:`Automatically` checkbox. To not hyphenate words with capital letters check the :guilabel:`Don't hyphenate words in CAPS` checkbox. To not hyphenate the last word check the :guilabel:`Don't hyphenate the last word` checkbox. To change how many characters to leave before the hyphen change the :guilabel:`Characters at line end` field. To change how many character after the hyphen on the next line change the :guilabel:`Characters at line begin`. To set a maximum number or hyphens change the :guilabel:`Maximum number of consecutive hyphens` field. To toggle not putting a short bit of text at the bottom of a page or column check the :guilabel:`Orphan control` checkbox. To change how many lines to not allow to be separated change the :guilabel:`lines` field to the right of :guilabel:`Orphan control`. To stop a few lines of text alone at the top check the :guilabel:`Widow control` checkbox. To change how many lines you of text to change the :guilabel:`Lines` field to the right of :guilabel:`Widow control`. If you do not want orphan or widow control check the :guilabel:`Do not split paragraph` checkbox.
To change what how the text deals with page breaks and paragraphs use the :guilabel:`Text Flow` tab. To automatically use hyphens check the :guilabel:`Automatically` checkbox. To not hyphenate words with capital letters check the :guilabel:`Don't hyphenate words in CAPS` checkbox. To not hyphenate the last word check the :guilabel:`Don't hyphenate the last word` checkbox. To not hyphenate the last word check the :guilabel:`Don't hyphenate the last word` checkbox. To change how many characters to leave before the hyphen change the :guilabel:`Characters at line end` field. To change how many character after the hyphen on the next line change the :guilabel:`Characters at line begin`. To set a maximum number or hyphens change the :guilabel:`Maximum number of consecutive hyphens` field. To toggle not putting a short bit of text at the bottom of a page or column check the :guilabel:`Orphan control` checkbox. To change how many lines to not allow to be separated change the :guilabel:`lines` field to the right of :guilabel:`Orphan control`. To stop a few lines of text alone at the top check the :guilabel:`Widow control` checkbox. To change how many lines you of text to change the :guilabel:`Lines` field to the right of :guilabel:`Widow control`. If you do not want orphan or widow control check the :guilabel:`Do not split paragraph` checkbox.
.. image:: text-flow.png
@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ If you want text in a text box that can be moved with the mouse press the button
.. image:: libreoffice_writer.png
To check the spelling of your document press the ABC button with a checkmark, from the :menuselection:`Tools --> Spelling` or press :kbd:`f7`. When you have the spellcheck window open to change what language you are checking the spelling for change the :guilabel:`Text language` field. When you have what spell check thing is a typo it will be highlighted in red with context of where that appears in your document. If you think this is not an error just for this time press the :guilabel:`Ignore Once` button. To not change this at every time this occurs in the document press the :guilabel:`Ignore All` button. If what you wrote is correct and never want it marked wrong again press the :guilabel:`Add to Dictionary` button. Below what spellcheck thinks is an error will show :guilabel:`Suggestions` on what you it thinks it should correct. To select a different suggestions left click on it to select that suggestion. To replace what spellcheck thinks is an error with the suggestion press the :guilabel:`Correct` button. To replace the supposed error with the suggestion in the entire document press the :guilabel:`Correct All` button. To have this error be autocorrected press the :guilabel:`Always Correct` button.
To check the spelling of your document press the ABC button with a checkmark, from the :menuselection:`Tools --> Spelling` or press :kbd:`f7`. When you have the spellcheck window open to change what language you are checking the spelling for change the :guilabel:`Text language` field. To insert a special character in spellcheck press the :guilabel:`Ω` button. Press the button with the piece of paper to paste into spellcheck. When you have what spell check thing is a typo it will be highlighted in red with context of where that appears in your document. If you think this is not an error just for this time press the :guilabel:`Ignore Once` button. To not change this at every time this occurs in the document press the :guilabel:`Ignore All` button. If what you wrote is correct and never want it marked wrong again press the :guilabel:`Add to Dictionary` button. Below what spellcheck thinks is an error will show :guilabel:`Suggestions` on what you it thinks it should correct. To select a different suggestions left click on it to select that suggestion. To replace what spellcheck thinks is an error with the suggestion press the :guilabel:`Correct` button. To replace the supposed error with the suggestion in the entire document press the :guilabel:`Correct All` button. To have this error be autocorrected press the :guilabel:`Always Correct` button.
.. image:: lowriter-spellcheck.png
@ -122,7 +122,7 @@ To insert an image into your go to :menuselection:`Insert --> Image` to insert a
Tables
------
To insert a table :menuselection:`Table --> Insert Table` and a table dialog window will popup. To change the number of columns change the :guilabel:`Columns` field. To change the number of rows change the :guilabel:`Rows` field. To view a different styles for your table are under the :guilabel:`Style` menu and you can see a preview to the right of the menu. To input text into a part of the table simply left click over that part of the table. To move to another part of the table with the arrow key with the direction you want to go.
To insert a table :menuselection:`Table --> Insert Table` and a table dialog window will popup. To change the number of columns change the :guilabel:`Columns` field. To change the number of rows change the :guilabel:`Rows` field. To toggle showing a heading check the :guilabel:`Heading` checkbox. To view a different styles for your table are under the :guilabel:`Style` menu and you can see a preview to the right of the menu. To input text into a part of the table simply left click over that part of the table. To move to another part of the table with the arrow key with the direction you want to go.
.. image:: table_insterting.png
@ -142,7 +142,7 @@ To see statistics on your document use the :guilabel:`Statistics` tab. To see ho
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with LibreOffice Writer version 7.4.2
Lubuntu ships with LibreOffice Writer version 7.5.1
How to Launch
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@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ Usage
------
To open a PDF file use :menuselection:`File --> Open` or press :kbd:`Control + O` on the keyboard. If you have a PDF open use :menuselection:`File --> Open in new tab` from the menu, click the Open in new tab button or press :kbd:`Control + T`. To refresh a PDF click the Refresh button, :menuselection:`File --> Refresh`, or press :kbd:`F5` just like most web browsers. To switch between tabs on the keyboard you can press control :kbd:`control + tab` or :menuselection:`Tabs --> Next Tab` to go the next tab or :kbd:`control + shift + tab` or :menuselection:`Tabs --> Previous Tab` to cycle through your tabs in the opposite direction. At the bottom of the tab menu will be a list of all your tabs you have open with the title of each document. To close the tab press the red X button on the tab or press :kbd:`Control +W`. To close all tabs on qpdfview press :kbd:`Control + Shift +W`. To restore the most recently closed tabs press :kbd:`Alt+Shift+W` or :menuselection:`Restore most recently closed tab`. To view a menu with your recently closed tab :menuselection:`Tabs --> Recently Closed` and select the file you want. To see a list of all your tabs in a menu they are at the bottom of the :menuselection:`Tabs` menu.
If you want a second copy of a PDF file open right click on the tab and :menuselection:`Open copy in new tab`. If you want a copy of the current PDF on the tab and select :menuselection:`Open copy in new window`. To open your file manager in the current directory right click on the tab and :menuselection:`Open containing folder`. To one pdf file on the left and another on the right click on the tab bar and select :menuselection:`Split view horizontally`. To have one pdf file on top of another right click and select :menuselection:`Split view vertically`. To switch between which pdf you are able to change pages of simply move the mouse over that pdf. To close go back to only one pdf file right click on the tab and select :menuselection:`Close current view`.
If you want a second copy of a PDF file open right click on the tab and :menuselection:`Open copy in new tab`. If you want a copy of the current PDF on the tab and select :menuselection:`Open copy in new window`. To open your file manager in the current directory right click on the tab and :menuselection:`Open containing folder`. To one pdf file on the left and another on the right click on the tab bar and select :menuselection:`Split view horizontally` and then select the pdf you want to open beside the other tab. To have one pdf file on top of another right click and select :menuselection:`Split view vertically` and select which pdf you want one of top of the other. To switch between which pdf you are able to change pages of simply move the mouse over that pdf. To close go back to only one pdf file per tab right click on the tab and select :menuselection:`Close current view`.
To close all tabs right click on the tab bar and :menuselection:`Close all tabs`. To Close all tabs but that one you right click on right click on a tab and :menuselection:`Close all tabs but this one`. To close all tabs to the right of the one you right click right click on a tab and :menuselection:`Close all tabs to right`. To close all tabs to the left right click on a tab and :menuselection:`Close all tabs to left`. To reorder your tabs left click and drag the tab where you want it in the order.
@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ To select text or an image from qpdfview press :kbd:`control+c` or :menuselectio
To save your PDF file is to :menuselection:`File --> Save` or you can press :kbd:`Control + s`. You can save the file with a different name with :menuselection:`File --> Save as`. To save a copy of the document click :menuselection:`File --> Save a copy`. If the next time you want to open a pdf to a specific page as first page right click :menuselection:`Set first page`. :menuselection:` If you want to quit qpdfview press :kbd:`Control+Q`.
To view two pages at once like if you want to see a two page spread of an illustration in a PDF of a book press :kbd:`Control + 6` or :menuselection:`View --> Two pages`. To get your view back to normal press :kbd:`Control +6` again or :menuselection:`View --> Two pages` again. To toggle the view of three pages at a time press :kbd:`Control +4` or :menuselection:`View --> Multiple pages`. To view right to left languages on qpdfview press :kbd:`Control +Shift +R` or :menuselection:`View --> Right to left`. To view the fonts embedded in the PDF :menuselection:`View --> Fonts`.
To view both the bottom of one page and the top of another page press :kbd:`Control+7` or :menuselection:`View --> Continous`. To view two pages at once like if you want to see a two page spread of an illustration in a PDF of a book press :kbd:`Control + 6` or :menuselection:`View --> Two pages`. To get your view back to normal press :kbd:`Control +6` again or :menuselection:`View --> Two pages` again. To view the first page as a seperate title page and then two pages side by side press :kbd:`Control+5` or :menuselection:`View --> Two pages with title page`. To toggle the view of three pages at a time press :kbd:`Control +4` or :menuselection:`View --> Multiple pages`. To view right to left languages on qpdfview press :kbd:`Control +Shift +R` or :menuselection:`View --> Right to left`. To view the fonts embedded in the PDF :menuselection:`View --> Fonts`.
To search through your PDF file you can press :kbd:`control + f` or from the menu :menuselection:`Edit --> Search`. You will get taken to the results and will appear highlighted in yellow to see through the results you can press the down arrow, right click :menuselection:`Find next`, or press :kbd:`F3` to see results farther in the document and press the upward pointed arrow button, right click :menuselection:`Find previous`, or press :kbd:`Shift +F3` to see results towards the start of the document. To exit the search dialog press :kbd:`Escape`, right click :menuselection:`Cancel search`, or :menuselection:`Edit --> Cancel search`. If you want searches to match case check the :guilabel:`Match case` checkbox. To match entire words check the :guilabel:`Whole words` checkbox. To highlight all matches of words check the :guilabel:`Highlight all` checkbox. To exit the search press the button that looks like an octagon.
@ -43,6 +43,8 @@ To make an annotation press :kbd:`Control +A` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Add an
To select page width in zoom in qpdfview is a drop down menu with page width to show the width of the page on qpdfview, :menuselection:`View --> Fit to page width`, or press :kbd:`Control +9`. To view the whole page on qpdfview in this drop down menu select whole page, :menuselection:`View --> fit to page size`, or press :kbd:`Control + 8`. To return to the original zoom press :kbd:`Control + 0` or :menuselection:`View --> Original size`. To zoom in is press the magnifying glass with a + in it or press :kbd:`Control + +` or :menuselection:`View --> Zoom in`. To zoom out press the magnifying glass button with a - in it or press :kbd:`Control + -` or :menuselection:`View --> Zoom out`. To rotate the file to the left is press :kbd:`Control + Left arrow` or :menuselection:`View --> Rotate Left`. To rotate the file to the right is press :kbd:`Control + Right arrow` or :menuselection:`View --> Rotate Right`. Another way to rotate is to hold :kbd:`Shift` and then use the mousewheel. Another way to zoom with the scrollwheel is to hold :kbd:`Control` and zoom with the mousewheel.
To view a list of all tabs you have open you can select them by the title of the pdf by the bottom of the :guilabel:`Tabs` menu.
If you have a particularly long PDF file you might want to make a bookmark to find a specific thing easily. To create a bookmark press :kbd:`control +b` or :menuselection:`Bookmarks --> Add Bookmark` and give the bookmark a memorable title and description so you can find it in this document again easily. If you later want to remove the bookmark go :menuselection:`Bookmarks --> Remove bookmark` or press :kbd:`control+ shift+ B`.
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Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 0.4.18-3 of qpdfview.
Lubuntu ships with version 0.5.0 of qpdfview.
How to Launch
-------------

@ -7,19 +7,21 @@ Usage
------
To open a picture press :menuselection:`File --> Open File`, :kbd:`Control + O`, or press the button that looks like an upward pointing arrow. To open a directory full of images press :kbd:`Control+D` or :menuselection:`File --> Open Directory`. If you do not like the picture press :kbd:`Del` or :menuselection:`File --> Delete`. To open a new window of LXImage press :kbd:`Control +N` or :menuselection:`File --> New Window`. To view the properties of your image by :menuselection:`File --> File Properties`. To view your recently viewed pictures :menuselection:`File --> Recently Opened Files`. To clear your recently opened files :menuselection:`Files --> Recently Opened --> Clear`. To reload your file after you save it again press :kbd:`Control +R`, press the circular arrow button, or :menuselection:`File --> Reload file`.
To have LXImage open the next file in a folder press :kbd:`Right arrow` and to view the previous image press the :kbd:`Left arrow`. To open an entire directory :menuselection:`File --> Open Directory` or press :kbd:`Control +D`. To save the file as something press :kbd:`Control+Shift+S`, the downward pointed arrow with an I on it, or :menuselection:`File --> Save As`. To save the file with the same file name press :kbd:`Control+S` or :menuselection:`File -->Save`.
To have LXImage open the next file in a folder press :kbd:`Right arrow` and to view the previous image press the :kbd:`Left arrow`. To open an entire directory :menuselection:`File --> Open Directory` or press :kbd:`Control +D`. To save the file as something press :kbd:`Control+Shift+S`, the downward pointed arrow with an I on it, or :menuselection:`File --> Save As`. To save the file with the same file name press :kbd:`Control+S` or :menuselection:`File -->Save`. To rename a file press :kbd:`F2` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Rename`.
.. image:: LXImage.png
If you wish to print a picture after viewing it from the :menuselection:`File --> Pint` or press :kbd:`control+ p` to bring up a print dialog. To exit the window with a keyboard shortcut press the :kbd:`Escape` key.
If you wish to print a picture after viewing it from the :menuselection:`File --> Pint` or press :kbd:`control+ p` to bring up a print dialog. To change the printer change the :guilabel:`Name` field. To toggle viewing more options for printing press the :guilabel:`Options` button. To change how many copies of an image you want to print change the :guilabel:`Copies` field. To collate the pages to print check the :guilabel:`Collate` checkbox. To reverse the order printed check the :guilabel:`Reverse` button. To exit the window with a keyboard shortcut press the :kbd:`Escape` key.
If you want to upload a picture to share it online press :menuselection:`Edit --> Upload` and a new window will pop up with a drop down menu to show where to upload the picture to. To actually upload the file press :guilabel:`Start`. The URL of the image will then show up from after it is finished uploading. You can then copy the URL by selecting the text and then pressing :kbd:`Control+C` or pressing the :guilabel:`Copy` button.
If you want to upload a picture to share it online :menuselection:`File --> Upload` or press :kbd:`Control + U` and a new window will pop up with a drop down menu to show where to upload the picture to. To actually upload the file press :guilabel:`Start`. The URL of the image will then show up from after it is finished uploading. You can then copy the URL by selecting the text and then pressing :kbd:`Control+C` or pressing the :guilabel:`Copy` button.
.. image:: lximage_upload.png
To rotate an image to the right press the circular arrow that points to the right, press :kbd:`R`, or go to :menuselection:`Edit --> Rotate Clockwise`. To rotate counterclockwise use the circular arrow pointing to the left, press :kbd:`L`, or :menuselection:`Edit -->Rotate Counterclockwise`. To zoom in on a picture press the icon with a magnifying glass with a + symbol on it, :menuselection:`View --> Zoom In`, or press :kbd:`control + +`. To zoom out press the button of a magnifying glass with a - symbol in it, :menuselection:`View --> Zoom Out` or press :kbd:`control + -`.
To flip your image on the vertical axis press :kbd:`V` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Flip Vertically`. To flip your image on the horizontal axis press :kbd:`H` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Flip Horizontally`. To change the image to a different size :menuselection:`Edit --> Resize` and a dialog box will show up. To see how large your image currently is in pixels view the :guilabel:`Current size` dialog. To change how wide the image is change :guilabel:`Width` column in the :guilabel:`New size` row. To change the height of the image under :guilabel:`Height` and change to the desired size. To change which size your image is in percentage change the field with :guilabel:`%` under :guilabel:`Width`. To allowing stretching the image while resizing it uncheck the :guilabel:`Keep aspect ratio` checkbox. To rename a file press :kbd:`F2` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Rename`.
To change the order of pictures in a folder select :menuselection:`View --> Sorting` and select how you want images sorted.
To flip your image on the vertical axis press :kbd:`V` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Flip Vertically`. To flip your image on the horizontal axis press :kbd:`H` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Flip Horizontally`. To change the image to a different size :menuselection:`Edit --> Resize` and a dialog box will show up. To see how large your image currently is in pixels view the :guilabel:`Current size` dialog. To change how wide the image is change :guilabel:`Width` column in the :guilabel:`New size` row. To change the height of the image under :guilabel:`Height` and change to the desired size. To change which size your image is in percentage change the field with :guilabel:`%` under :guilabel:`Width`. To allowing stretching the image while resizing it uncheck the :guilabel:`Keep aspect ratio` checkbox.
.. image:: lximage_resize.png
@ -27,13 +29,13 @@ To see how big an image is on the bar at the bottom :guilabel:`Size` will tell y
To copy an image to the clipboard you can :menuselection:`Edit --> Copy to Clipboard`. To paste an image to the clipboard :menuselection:`Edit --> Paste from Clipboard`. To copy the path of an image to the clipboard :menuselection:`Edit --> Copy Path`.
To view the next picture on your image press the :kbd:`right arrow` or :kbd:`page down` and conversely to view the previous image press the :kbd:`left arrow` or :kbd:`page up`. You can also scroll between different pictures with the mousewheel or by pressing the right and left pointing arrow buttons on the toolbar. To jump to the first picture press :kbd:`home` or :menuselection:`Go --> First File`. To jump to the last picture press :kbd:`end` or :menuselection:`Go --> Last File`. You can also go to the next or previous files with :menuselection:`Go --> Previous File` or :menuselection:`Go --> Next File`.
To view the next picture on your image press the :kbd:`right arrow`, :kbd:`space`, or :kbd:`page down` and conversely to view the previous image press the :kbd:`left arrow`, :kbd:`Backspace`, or :kbd:`page up`. You can also scroll between different pictures with the mousewheel or by pressing the right and left pointing arrow buttons on the toolbar. To jump to the first picture press :kbd:`home` or :menuselection:`Go --> First File`. To jump to the last picture press :kbd:`end` or :menuselection:`Go --> Last File`. You can also go to the next or previous files with :menuselection:`Go --> Previous File` or :menuselection:`Go --> Next File`.
To view thumbnails of the current directory you can toggle thumbnails by pressing :kbd:`T` or :menuselection:`View --> Show Thumbnails` and thumbnails will show at the bottom with a scrollbar at the bottom of the window to view the whole folder. To open the thumbnail of a picture in a another program such as one to edit that picture right click :menuselection:`Open With` and select the program you want to edit with or you can do this by :menuselection:`File --> Open With`. To rename an image after viewing it right click on the thumbnail select :menuselection:`Rename` and type the filename for the picture you want. To move a file to the trash can right click on it and select :menuselection:`Move to Trash`.
.. image:: lximage-thumb.png
To view the picture entirely press :menuselection:`View --> Fit` or the button with a vertical and horizontal arrow and a folded over bottom right corner. To return your image to its original size :menuselection:`View --> Original Size` or press the :guilabel:`1` toolbar button. To show an outline around the image :kbd:`O` or :menuselection:`View --> Show Outline`. To toggle showing information about the settings on the camera :menuselection:`View --> Show EXIF Data`.
To view the picture entirely press :menuselection:`View --> Fit` or the button with a vertical and horizontal arrow and a folded over bottom right corner. To return your image to its original size :menuselection:`View --> Original Size` or press the :guilabel:`1` toolbar button. To show an outline around the image press :kbd:`O` or :menuselection:`View --> Show Outline`. To toggle showing information about the settings on the camera :menuselection:`View --> Show EXIF Data`.
To view the picture as fullscreen press :kbd:`f11`, right click :menuselection:`Fullscreen`, double click on the image, or :menuselection:`View --> Fullscreen`. To exit fullscreen double click the image, press :kbd:`F11`, or right click :menuselection:`Fullscreen` again. To have a slideshow of you pictures in your current folder :menuselection:`View --> Slideshow` or right click and select :menuselection:`Slide Show`. Once you start the slideshow on the toolbar a play pause button will appear on the toolbar or you can stop the slideshow by right clicking and selecting :menuselection:`Slide Show`.
@ -66,7 +68,7 @@ The :guilabel:`Shortcuts` tab has settings for changing keyboard shortcuts in LX
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 1.1.0 or LXImage.
Lubuntu ships with version 1.2.0 or LXImage.
How to Launch
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To quit ScreenGrab press :kbd:`Escape`.
If you have the system tray enabled ScreenGrab can do many things by right clicking it. To show ScreenGrab this way left click on the tray icon or right click the tray icon and select :menuselection:`Show`. To have ScreenGrab take a new screenshot from the system tray right click on the tray icon and select :menuselection:`New`. To save your screenshot from the tray icon right click on it and select :menuselection:`Save`. To copy your screenshot to the clipboard from the systray right click on the icon and select :menuselection:`Copy`. To open ScreenGrab preferences from the system tray right click on the system tray and select :menuselection:`Options`. To quit ScreenGrab from the system tray right click on the tray icon and select :menuselection:`Quit`.
If you have the system tray enabled ScreenGrab can do many things by right clicking it. To hide ScreenGrab left click on the tray icon and select :menuselection:`Hide`. To show ScreenGrab this way left click on the tray icon or right click the tray icon and select :menuselection:`Show`. To have ScreenGrab take a new screenshot from the system tray right click on the tray icon and select :menuselection:`New`. To save your screenshot from the tray icon right click on it and select :menuselection:`Save`. To copy your screenshot to the clipboard from the systray right click on the icon and select :menuselection:`Copy`. To open ScreenGrab preferences from the system tray right click on the system tray and select :menuselection:`Options`. To quit ScreenGrab from the system tray right click on the tray icon and select :menuselection:`Quit`.
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Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 2.0.1 of ScreenGrab.
Lubuntu ships with version 2.5.0 of ScreenGrab.
How to Launch
-------------
@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ To change your settings on multiple windows and automatically saving use the :gu
.. image:: ScreenGrab-advanced.png
To changes with how ScreenGrab shows in the system tray use the :guilabel:`System tray` tab. To toggle showing ScreenGrab in the system tray check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Show ScreenGrab in the system tray` checkbox. To change when ScreenGrab shows notifications change the :guilabel:`Tray messages` field. To not close ScreenGrab when closing the window but keep it in the system tray check the :guilabel:`Minimize to tray when closing` checkbox.
To changes with how ScreenGrab shows in the system tray use the :guilabel:`System tray` tab. To toggle showing ScreenGrab in the system tray check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Show ScreenGrab in the system tray` checkbox. To change when ScreenGrab shows notifications change the :guilabel:`Tray messages` field. To change how long to display tray messages change the :guilabel:`Time to display tray messages` field. To not close ScreenGrab when closing the window but keep it in the system tray check the :guilabel:`Minimize to tray when closing` checkbox.
.. image:: ScreenGrab-systray.png

@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ To change to your specific options for your scanner use the :guilabel:`Scanner S
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 22.04.3 of Skanlite.
Lubuntu ships with version 22.12.3 of Skanlite.
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@ -13,19 +13,19 @@ To create a new archive press :menuselection:`File --> New` or press :kbd:`Contr
.. image:: lxqt-archiver-new.png
To navigate to a folder inside of an archive double click on it in the center of the window or double click on the left side pane. To move back up in a directory double click on the folder :guilabel:`..`.
To navigate to a folder inside of an archive double click on it in the center of the window or double click on the left side pane. To move back up in a directory double click on the folder :guilabel:`..`. To select all files press :kbd:`Control + A` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Select All`.
To reload the view of the archive press :kbd:`F5` or :menuselection:`View --> Reload`. To view the whole directory tree press :kbd:`Control+ Shift +Down arrow` or :menuselection:`View --> Expand`. To view just the top level of directory tree press :kbd:`Control + Shift + Up arrow` or :menuselection:`View --> Collapse`. To search for files press :kbd:`Control +F` or :menuselection:`View --> Filter`. Type what you want to search for in the textbox at the bottom. To hide searching press :kbd:`Control+F` or :menuselection:`View --> Filter` again.
.. image:: lxqt-archiver.png
To toggle showing the toolbar in LXQt File Archiver :menuselection:`View --> Toolbar`. To Toggle showing the Statusbar at the bottom :menuselection:`View --> Statusbar`. To toggle showing the directory tree on the left :menuselection:`View --> Directory Tree`.
To toggle showing the toolbar in LXQt File Archiver :menuselection:`View --> Toolbar`. To Toggle showing the Statusbar at the bottom :menuselection:`View --> Statusbar`. To toggle showing the directory tree on the left :menuselection:`View --> Directory Tree`. To change how big icons and text are select the size :menuselection:`View --> Icon Size`.
To close LXQt File Archiver press :kbd:`Control+Q`.
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 0.6.0 of LXQt File Archiver.
Lubuntu ships with version 0.7.0 of LXQt File Archiver.
How To Launch
-------------

@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ To type things into your text file the main part of the window similar to a word
.. image:: featherpad.png
:width: 80%
To delete the text to the start of a word press :kbd:`Control+ Backspace`. To delete to the end of a word press :kbd:`Control + Delete`. To delete to the end of the line press :kbd:`Control+ K`. To move a line up press :kbd:`Control+ Shift + Up`. To move a line down press :kbd:`Control Shift + Down`. To select one word double click the left mouse button. To select a whole line tripple click the left mouse button.
To delete the text to the start of a word press :kbd:`Control+ Backspace`. To delete to the end of a word press :kbd:`Control + Delete`. To delete to the end of the line press :kbd:`Control+ K`. To move a line up press :kbd:`Control+ Shift + Up`. To move a line down press :kbd:`Control Shift + Down`. To select one word double click the left mouse button. To select a whole line triple click the left mouse button.
To open a new tab and empty text file press the button with a piece of paper with a plus symbol on it, or press :kbd:`Control + N`. If you wish to close a tab press the red x button. To switch between tabs click on the tab is not the close button. To switch to the next tab press :kbd:`Alt + Right arrow` or :menuselection:`File --> Next Tab`. Another way to open a new document in a new tab double click to the right of all open tabs. To switch to the previous tab press :kbd:`Alt + Left arrow` or :menuselection:`File --> Previous Tab`. To close a tab press the :guilabel:`X` button. To move a tab into a new window press :kbd:`Control + T` or :menuselection:`File --> Detach Tab`. To open a side pane that replaces the tab bar press :kbd:`Control +Alt +P` or :menuselection:`File --> Side-Pane`. If have so many tabs they don't all fit in the window press the right and left arrows on the tab bar to move the tab bar that way or use the mousewheel to move the visible tabs in the tab bar. To move to the last text file you had visited press :kbd:`F1` or :menuselection:`File --> Last Active Tab`. To change to your last tab press :kbd:`Alt+ Up arrow` or :menuselection:`File --> Last Tab`. To change to your first tab press :kbd:`Alt+ Down arrow` or :menuselection:`File --> First Tab`.
@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ To jump to a particular line in a file press :kbd:`control +j` or :menuselection
.. image:: featherpad-jump.png
To find and replace text press :kbd:`control +r`, the button with a magnifying glass and a pencil, or :menuselection:`Search --> Replace`. Type the text you want to Find in the find field and type what you want to put in with the Replace with field and then press enter to finish the finding and replacing through the whole file.
To find and replace text press :kbd:`control +r`, the button with a magnifying glass and a pencil, or :menuselection:`Search --> Replace`. Type the text you want to Find in the find field and type what you want to put in with the Replace with field and then press enter to finish the finding and replacing through the whole file. To replace the next instance press :kbd:`f8` or the downward arrow. To replace the previous instance press :kbd:`F9` or the upward pointing arrow. To replace all press :kbd:`F10` or the double pointed arrow button.
.. image:: featherpad-find-replace.png
@ -59,9 +59,11 @@ To change what font you want select :menuselection:`Options --> Font` to change
To save a file with a different encoding use the :menuselection:`Options --> Encoding` submenu. To save with the current encoding :menuselection:`File --> Save with Encoding`.
To make the text all lowercase first select it with the mouse press then :kbd:`Control + Shift +L`, :menuselection:`To Lower Case`, or :menuselection:`Edit --> To Lowercase`. To make the text all uppercase select it first then press :kbd:`Control + Shift +U`, right click :menuselection:`To Uppercase`, or :menuselection:`Edit --> To Uppercase`. To capitlize the first letter of each word select the text and :menuselection:`Edit --> To Start Case` or right click :menuselection:` To Start Case`. To alphabetize your lines first select it then :menuselection:`Edit --> Sort Lines`. To sort the opposite way first select the lines then :menuselection:`Edit --> Sort Lines Reversely`.
At the bottom of the window of Featherpad the :guilabel:`Encoding` shows what encoding your file will be saved with. If Featherpad is highlighting a syntax you can see what it is with :guilabel:`Syntax`. To see how many lines the text file has read the :guilabel:`Lines` field at the bottom. To view how many characters you currently have selected view :guilabel:`Sel. Chars` at the bottom. To view how many words are in your text file view :guilabel:`Words`. If this is not a number press the refresh icon to count how many words.
To print a text :menuselection:`File --> Print` or press :kbd:`control + p`. To change which printer you use have use the :guilabel:`Name` field. To get more options for printing press the :guilabel:`Options` button. To change how many copies to print change the number in the :guilabel:`Copies` field. To print on a certain range of pages use the :guilabel:`Pages From` field to choose a range of pages. To get to even more printer options press the :guilabel:`Properties` button.
To make the text all lowercase first select it with the mouse press then :kbd:`Control + Shift +L`, :menuselection:`To Lower Case`, or :menuselection:`Edit --> To Lowercase`. To make the text all uppercase select it first then press :kbd:`Control + Shift +U`, right click :menuselection:`To Uppercase`, or :menuselection:`Edit --> To Uppercase`. To capitalize the first letter of each word select the text and :menuselection:`Edit --> To Start Case` or right click :menuselection:` To Start Case`. To alphabetize your lines first select it then :menuselection:`Edit --> Sort Lines`. To sort the opposite way first select the lines then :menuselection:`Edit --> Sort Lines Reversely`.
To print a text :menuselection:`File --> Print` or press :kbd:`control + p`. To change which printer you use have use the :guilabel:`Name` field. To get more options for printing press the :guilabel:`Options` button. To change how many copies to print change the number in the :guilabel:`Copies` field. To print on a certain range of pages use the :guilabel:`Pages From` field to choose a range of pages. To get to even more printer options press the :guilabel:`Properties` button. To collate the printed pages check the :guilabel:`Collate` checkbox. To reverse the order pages are printed check the :guilabel:`Reverse` checkbox.
.. image:: featherpad-print.png
@ -74,11 +76,11 @@ To open a spell check window press :kbd:`F2` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Check S
.. image:: Featherpad-spellcheck.png
To view what words you have added to your dictionary :menuselection:`Edit --> User Dictionary`.
To view what words you have added to your dictionary :menuselection:`Edit --> User Dictionary`. To get spellcheck to work the first time you will need to select a langauge to run on :guilabel:`Hunspell dictionary path` on the :guilabel:`Text` tab of Featherpad prefrences.
Saving Sessions
---------------
To open all the files if you work on several together in a session press :kbd:`Control+M` or :menuselection:`File --> Save/Restore Session` and a dialog will appear. To save your first session type a name to remember this and then press the :guilabel:`Save` button. To open your saved session click the name of the session on the top of the dialog and then press :guilabel:`Open`. To remove a saved session press the :guilabel:`Remove` button. To remove all saved session press the :guilabel:`Remove All` button. To search for a particular session type in the :guilabel:`Filter` section. To include saving tabs from other windows in your session uncheck the :guilabel:`Save only in this window` checkbox.
To open all the files if you work on several together in a session press :kbd:`Control+M`, press the rectangle button with a triangle out of the bottom, or :menuselection:`File --> Save/Restore Session` and a dialog will appear. To save your first session type a name to remember this and then press the :guilabel:`Save` button. To open your saved session click the name of the session on the top of the dialog and then press :guilabel:`Open`. To remove a saved session press the :guilabel:`Remove` button. To remove all saved session press the :guilabel:`Remove All` button. To search for a particular session type in the :guilabel:`Filter` section. To include saving tabs from other windows in your session uncheck the :guilabel:`Save only in this window` checkbox.
.. image:: featherpad-session-save.png
@ -108,9 +110,11 @@ To view all keyboard shortcuts of Featherpad switch to the :guilabel:`Shortcuts`
To change what colors you use in syntax highlighting use the :guilabel:`Syntax Colors` tab. To change the color of built in functions click the color to the right of :guilabel:`Built-in Functions` and a window to pick your color will show up. To change the color of comments in syntax press the button next to :guilabel:`Comments` and a color picker window will pop up. To change how documents HTML or XML elements appear change the press the button next to :guilabel:`Document Blocks, XML/HTML Elements` button to have a color selection window appear. To change how extra elements are colors press the button next to :guilabel:`Extra Elements`. To change the color of functions and URLs in highlighting press the button next to :guilabel:`Functions, URLs`. To change how keywords of a programming language appear press the button next to :guilabel:`Keywords`. To change the color of markdown headings and CSS values press the button next to :guilabel:`Markdown Headings, CSS Values`. To change how numbers are highlighted press the button next to :guilabel:`Numbers`. To change how quotations are highlighted press the button next to :guilabel:`Quotations`. To change how you highlight regular expressions and code blocks press the button next to :guilabel:`Code Blocks`. To change how datatypes are highlighted press the button next to :guilabel:`Types`. To change how dark the whitespace appears in highlighting change :guilabel:`Whitespace color value`. To change how dark the currently highlighted line is change :guilabel:`Current line highlight value`. To restore syntax highlighting to default values press the :guilabel:`Default` button.
.. image:: featherpad-syntax-colors.png
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 1.3.0 of Featherpad.
Lubuntu ships with version 1.3.3 of Featherpad.
How to Launch
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@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ Features:
Usage
------
To do simple arithmetic click the numbers or type them on your keyboard and then press the sign for addition, multiplication, subtraction, or division. You can also type in the numbers and press :guilabel:`+` for addition, :guilabel:`-` for subtraction, :guilabel:`x` for multiplication and the division symbol for division. To view the answer press the button that is an :guilabel:`=`. To view a summary of each button you can mouse over to get a verbal description of the button. If you make a mistake entering in a number you can press the :kbd:`Backspace` key.
To do simple arithmetic click the number buttons or type them on your keyboard and then press the sign for addition, multiplication, subtraction, or division. You can also type in the numbers and press :guilabel:`+` for addition, :guilabel:`-` for subtraction, :guilabel:`x` for multiplication and the division symbol for division. To view the answer press the button that is an :guilabel:`=`. To enter a percetnetage press :kbd:`%` or left click :guilabel:`%`. To view a summary of each button you can mouse over to get a verbal description of the button. If you make a mistake entering in a number you can press the :kbd:`Backspace` key.
.. image:: Kcalc.png
@ -60,13 +60,13 @@ If you type a number into in your numerical base you will see the underneath the
Statistic Mode
----------------
To enter Statistic mode :menuselection:`Settings --> Statistic Mode`. To enter multiple entries of data press the :guilabel:`Dat` button to enter data. To show how many pieces of data you have entered press the :guilabel:`N`. To view the mean or average of all the data press the :guilabel:`Mea` button. To view the median of the data press the :guilabel:`Med` button. To clear the statistical memory press the :guilabel:`CSt` button.
To enter Statistic mode :menuselection:`Settings --> Statistic Mode`. To enter multiple entries of data press the :guilabel:`Dat` button to enter data. To show how many pieces of data you have entered press the :guilabel:`N`. To view the mean or average of all the data press the :guilabel:`Mea` button. To view the standard deviation of the data press the :guilabel:`σ` with a subscript n button. To view the median of the data press the :guilabel:`Med` button. To clear the statistical memory press the :guilabel:`CSt` button.
.. image:: kcalcstatistic.png
Customizing
-----------
To open configuration for KCalc press :kbd:`Control+Shift+ ,` or :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure KCalc`. To view your settings for precision or digit grouping use the :guilabel:`General` tab. To change the maximum number of digits change the :guilabel:`Maximum number of digits` field. To have KCalc set decimal precision to only a certain number of places after the decimal place check the :guilabel:`Set decimal precision` checkbox and select the number of digits after the decimal place. If you ant to show the result in the window title check the :guilabel:`Show result in window title` checkbox. To have KCalc group digits together check the :guilabel:`Group digits` checkbox.
To open configuration for KCalc press :kbd:`Control+Shift+ ,` or :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure KCalc`. To view your settings for precision or digit grouping use the :guilabel:`General` tab. To change the maximum number of digits change the :guilabel:`Maximum number of digits` field. To have KCalc set decimal precision to only a certain number of places after the decimal place check the :guilabel:`Set decimal precision` checkbox and select the number of digits after the decimal place. If you ant to show the result in the window title check the :guilabel:`Show result in window title` checkbox. To have KCalc group digits together check the :guilabel:`Group digits` checkbox. To change how many digits to group in different numerical bases change the field for each numerical base.
To cancel and not apply your changes press the :guilabel:`Cancel` button along the bottom. To apply your changes and not exit from this window press the :guilabel:`Apply` button. To restore the settings to your defaults press the :guilabel:`Restore Defaults` button. To apply your changes if any and close this window press the :guilabel:`OK` button.
@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ The :guilabel:`Font` tab has settings to change settings with your fonts. To cho
.. image:: kcalc-font-screenshot.png
The :guilabel:`Colors` tab has the colors of your user interface. To change your foreground color will change how the display or the number in the interface is the color next to :guilabel:`Foreground` color area to select. To change the background color of your display choose a different color on the :guilabel:`Background` button. To change the background color of the function buttons press the button next to :guilabel:`Functions`. To a change the color of the function button press button next to :guilabel:`Statistical functions`. To change the background color for hexidecimal functions :guilabel:`Hexadecimals`. To change the backgrounds of the numbers buttons press the button next to :guilabel:`Numbers`. To change the background of the memory keys press the button next to :guilabel:`Memory`. To change the background of operations press the button next to :guilabel:`Operations`.
The :guilabel:`Colors` tab has the colors of your user interface. To change your foreground color will change how the display or the number in the interface is the color next to :guilabel:`Foreground` color area to select. To change the background color of your display choose a different color on the :guilabel:`Background` button. To change the background color of the function buttons press the button next to :guilabel:`Functions`. To a change the color of the function button press button next to :guilabel:`Statistical functions`. To change the background color for hexadecimal functions :guilabel:`Hexadecimals`. To change the backgrounds of the numbers buttons press the button next to :guilabel:`Numbers`. To change the background of the memory keys press the button next to :guilabel:`Memory`. To change the background of operations press the button next to :guilabel:`Operations`.
.. image:: kcalc-colors.png
@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ To customize your shortcuts for KCalc :menuselection:`Settings --> Keyboard Shor
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 22.08.1 of KCalc.
Lubuntu ships with version 22.12.3 of KCalc.
How to Launch
-------------

@ -14,10 +14,13 @@ Features:
Usage
------
Along the top to create a new tab in PCManFM-Qt you can use the button with a file and a plus on it to open a new tab or press :kbd:`control +t`. You also can double click on the tab bar to open a new tab. The left pointing arrow button is a back button while the right pointing arrow button moves you forward in the directories that you have moved in the file manager. Another way to go back and forward is :kbd:`Alt + Left arrow` or :menuselection:`Go --> Go Back` and another way to go forward is :kbd:`Alt + Right Arrow` or :menuselection:`Go --> Go Forward`. The button for the arrow pointing upward is to go up one level in the directory tree to the so called parent directory or press :kbd:`Alt+Up arrow`, press :kbd:`Backspace`, or :menuselection:`Go --> Go Up`. To rename your files right click on the file and click :menuselection:`Rename` or press :kbd:`f2`.
If you single left click on a file you will select it. If you double click on it you will open it in the default program to open that file. If you want to select multiple files you can hold down :kbd:`control+ Left click` to select each file or press the :guilabel:`Plus` button to add that particular file. To remove a file if you select multiple files press the :guilabel:`-` button that appears when mousing over a file. To copy files select the file right click :menuselection:`Copy`, :menuselection:`Edit --> Copy`, or press :kbd:`control +c`. To cut files select them right click :menuselection:`Cut`, :menuselection:`Edit --> Cut`, or press :kbd:`control + x`. After copying or cutting a file you can paste them with right clicking :menuselection:`Paste`, :menuselection:`Edit --> Paste`, or pressing :kbd:`control +v`.
If you double click on a folder you open that folder in PCManFM-Qt and it shows what files are in the folder you opened. If you want to open a folder in a new tab right click on that tab and select :menuselection:`Open in New Tab`. To open a folder in a new window right click it and select :menuselection:`Open in New Window`. To open a folder in your terminal right click it and select :menuselection:`Open in terminal`.
Along the top to create a new tab in PCManFM-Qt you can use the button with a file and a plus on it to open a new tab or press :kbd:`control +t`. You also can double click on the tab bar to open a new tab. The left pointing arrow button is a back button while the right pointing arrow button moves you forward in the directories that you have moved in the file manager. Another way to go back and forward is :kbd:`Alt + Left arrow` or :menuselection:`Go --> Go Back` and another way to go forward is :kbd:`Alt + Right Arrow` or :menuselection:`Go --> Go Forward`. The button for the arrow pointing upward is to go up one level in the directory tree to the so called parent directory or press :kbd:`Alt+Up arrow`, press :kbd:`Backspace`, or :menuselection:`Go --> Go Up`. To rename your files right click on the file and click :menuselection:`Rename`, :menuselection:`Edit --> Rename`, or press :kbd:`f2`.
To close a tab click on the :guilabel:`x` button on the tab bar, press :kbd:`Control +W`, or from the menu :menuselection:`File --> Close Tab`. To close tabs to the left right click on the tab bar and select :menuselection:`Close previous tabs`. To close all tabs to the right of this tab :menuselection:`Close next tabs`. To close all tabs but the current one right click on the tab bar and :menuselection:`Close other tabs`.
.. image:: pcmanfm-tab-context.png
@ -36,9 +39,8 @@ To toggle having a split view to be able to view two folders in press :kbd:`F6`
.. image:: split_view.png
If you single left click on a file you will select it. If you double click on it you will open it in the default program to open that file. If you want to select multiple files you can hold down :kbd:`control+ Left click` to select each file or press the :guilabel:`Plus` button to add that particular file. To remove a file if you select multiple files press the :guilabel:`-` button that appears when mousing over a file. To copy files select the file right click :menuselection:`Copy`, :menuselection:`Edit --> Copy`, or press :kbd:`control +c`. To cut files select them right click :menuselection:`Cut`, :menuselection:`Edit --> Cut`, or press :kbd:`control + x`. After copying or cutting a file you can paste them with right clicking :menuselection:`Paste`, :menuselection:`Edit --> Paste`, or pressing :kbd:`control +v`.
To select all files in a directory is to press :kbd:`Control+ A`, :menuselection:`Edit --> Select All`, or right click :menuselection:`Select All` for all of the files. To select what you don't have selected press :kbd:`Control + Shift+ A`, :menuselection:`Edit --> Invert Selection`, or right click and select :menuselection:`Invert Selection`. To bulk rename multiple files first select all the files you want to rename then :menuselection:`Edit --> Bulk Rename` or press :kbd:`Control+F2` and a dialog window will show up. To choose what to rename the selected files choose :guilabel:`Rename selected files to` as what to rename your files. To choose what number to start numbering your files change the :guilabel:`# will be replaced by numbers starting with` field. To rename all these files press the :guilabel:`OK` button or to not rename them press the :guilabel:`Cancel` button.
To select all files in a directory is to press :kbd:`Control+ A`, :menuselection:`Edit --> Select All`, or right click :menuselection:`Select All` for all of the files. To select what you don't have selected press :kbd:`Control + Shift+ A`, :menuselection:`Edit --> Invert Selection`, or right click and select :menuselection:`Invert Selection`. To bulk rename multiple files first select all the files you want to rename then :menuselection:`Edit --> Bulk Rename` or press :kbd:`Control+F2` and a dialog window will show up. To choose what to rename the selected files choose :guilabel:`Rename selected files to` as what to rename your files. To choose what number to start numbering your files change the :guilabel:`# will be replaced by numbers starting with` field. To pad numbers with zero check the :guilabel:`Pad numbers with zero if possible` checkbox. To use localized numbers check the :guilabel:`Use localized numbers` checkbox. To rename all these files press the :guilabel:`OK` button or to not rename them press the :guilabel:`Cancel` button.
.. image:: bulk-rename.png
@ -50,7 +52,7 @@ PCManFM-Qt also supports transferring files to mobile devices plugged in with a
At the bottom of the window is a filter bar that lets you show files only matching a pattern in the window of the current folder. To show the filter bar press :kbd:`Control+I` or :menuselection:`View --> Filtering --> Show/Focus Filter Bar`. To use it type what you want to search for in the bar that says :guilabel:`Filter`. How many result you match will show in the :guilabel:`item(s)` field. To empty out the filter press :kbd:`Escape`. To return the filter back to seeing all files clear the text field and hide the filter bar by pressing :kbd:`Escape` or :menuselection:`View --> Filtering --> Clear All Filters`. If you still want to see the filter bar but to see all files hold the :kbd:`backspace` key to clear it out.
On the very bottom of the PCManFM-Qt window when you have nothing selected it shows :guilabel:`x item(s) (y hidden)` showing how many items are in the current folder. To the right of this shows :guilabel:`Free space` showing how much free space you have. The :guilabel:`(Total)` shows the full size of the storage medium this is on. When you select one file on this bottom bar it will show the file name, the file size, and the type of file it is. If you select multiple files the bottom bar to the left will show :guilabel:`X item(s) selected` where X is the number of files you have selected and how much disk space they take up.
On the very bottom of the PCManFM-Qt window when you have nothing selected it shows :guilabel:`x item(s) (y hidden)` showing how many items are in the current folder. To the right of this shows :guilabel:`Free space` showing how much free space you have. The :guilabel:`(Total)` shows the full size of the storage medium this is on. When you select one file on this bottom bar it will show the file name, the file size, and the type of file it is. If you select multiple files the bottom bar to the left will show :guilabel:`X item(s) selected` where X is the number of files you have selected and how much disk space they take up. When you have one file selected it will say the the file name, the size of the file in parenthesis, and then the type of image.
To have PCManFM-Qt reload what folder you are viewing press :kbd:`F5`, the circular pointing arrow button, or :menuselection:`View --> Reload`. To see hidden files press :kbd:`control +h`, right click :menuselection:`Show Hidden`, or go to :menuselection:`View --> Show Hidden`. Do the same thing again to hide hidden files again. To toggle showing thumbnails check/uncheck the :menuselection:`View --> Show Thumbnails`. To open a terminal in your current folder press :kbd:`f4`, right click on a folder and select :menuselection:`Open in Terminal`, or :menuselection:`Tools --> Open Terminal` from the menu. To copy the full path of a file or directory press :kbd:`Control+Shift+C` or :menuselection:`Tools --> Copy Full Path` after selecting a single file. To create a file that will launch an application by clicking on it :menuselection:`Tools --> Create Launcher` and fill in the fields to create a file to launch programs. To open the tab in as root select :menuselection:`Tools --> Open tab in root instance` and a new window will appear that says it is root at the bottom of the window in red.
@ -58,7 +60,7 @@ To have PCManFM-Qt reload what folder you are viewing press :kbd:`F5`, the circu
Modifying or deleting files as root may end up making your system unable to boot if you do not know what you are doing or make a mistake.
To view the properties of a file or folder right click on it and select :menuselection:`Properties` from the menu, :menuselection:`File --> File Properties` or press :kbd:`Alt +Enter`. To view a dialog that shows folder properties :menuselection:`File --> Folder Properties`. To choose a The :guilabel:`General` tab will show you the size of the file, where the file is, and when it was last modified or accessed. To change what program a file opens with use the :guilabel:`Open With` drop down menu and select the program to open the file. To change the icon shown for a file use the :guilabel:`...` button next to :guilabel:`Emblem`. To clear this from the file press the :guilabel:`Clear emblem` button.
To view the properties of a file or folder right click on it and select :menuselection:`Properties` from the menu, :menuselection:`File --> File Properties` or press :kbd:`Alt +Enter`. To view a dialog that shows folder properties :menuselection:`File --> Folder Properties`. To choose a The :guilabel:`General` tab will show you the size of the file, where the file is, when the file was created, and when it was last modified or accessed. To change what program a file opens with use the :guilabel:`Open With` drop down menu and select the program to open the file. To change the icon shown for a file use the :guilabel:`...` button next to :guilabel:`Emblem`. To clear this from the file press the :guilabel:`Clear emblem` button. To view how much free space is left on the drive that the file is stored on view the :guilabel:`Device Usage` graph.
.. image:: file-prop.png
@ -182,7 +184,7 @@ The :guilabel:`Advanced` tab shows integration with other programs and advanced
Version
-------
Lubuntu currently ships with 1.1.0 of PCManFM-Qt.
Lubuntu currently ships with 1.2.1 of PCManFM-Qt.
How to Launch
-------------

@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ Qlipper is the default clipboard manager for Lubuntu.
Usage
------
Qlipper is a clipboard manager automatically started in the system tray. The tray icon for Qlipper looks like a clipboard. To view your clipboard history left click on the tray icon that looks like a clipboard or press :kbd:`Control+Alt+V`. To make your item from your history the selected one left click on the item of your history in the menu. To clear your clipboard history like if you copied a password you can right click on the clipboard tray icon and select :menuselection:`Clear clipboard history`. If you temporarily want your clipboard history not to be saved or shown you can close Qlipper by right clicking on the clipboard icon and selecting :menuselection:`Quit`.
Qlipper is a clipboard manager automatically started in the system tray. The tray icon for Qlipper looks like a clipboard. To view your clipboard history left click on the tray icon that looks like a clipboard or press :kbd:`Control+Alt+V`. Then you will likely want to paste what you have selected in another window. To make your item from your history the selected one left click on the item of your history in the menu. To clear your clipboard history like if you copied a password you can right click on the clipboard tray icon and select :menuselection:`Clear clipboard history`. If you temporarily want your clipboard history not to be saved or shown you can close Qlipper by right clicking on the clipboard icon and selecting :menuselection:`Quit`.
Screenshot
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@ -14,7 +14,9 @@ Screenshot
Customizing
-----------
To change preferences of Qlipper right click on the tray icon and select :menuselection:`Configure`. To change how many items get displayed in Qlipper in total right click on Qlipper and configure with the gear icon and change :guilabel:`Clipboard Entries Count` to your desired number of entries. To change how many characters Qlipper shows from the configuration screen change :guilabel:`Maximum Display Size`. To not have whitespace after pasting each line check the :guilabel:`Trim Whitespaces for Every Line` checkbox. To change your keyboard shortcut to bring up the menu from Qlipper use the :guilabel:`Keyboard Shortcut` button. To clear this keyboard shortcut press the :guilabel:`x` button to the right. To change the tray icon image to something custom press the button next to :guilabel:`Tray icon image` which has an option to load a custom tray icon. To synchronize your clipboard and selection clipboards check the :guilabel:`Use Platform Specific Extensions(Advanced)` checkbox first. To toggle having your clipboard saved to storage as soon as possible check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Synchronize history to storage instantly` checkbox. To have Qlipper lose its stored history when you close Qlipper check the :guilabel:`Clear Items on Exit` checkbox. Next to have two separate clipboard synchronized select the :menuselection:`No synchronization of clipboard & PSE` menu item. To select an item and have uniform clipboard select :menuselection:`Synchronize clipboard & PSE instantly`. To have Qlipper save the history instantly check the :guilabel:`Synchronize history to storage instantly` checkbox. To need to confirm before deleting all of your clipboard history check the :guilabel:`Confirm Clear History` checkbox.
To change preferences of Qlipper right click on the tray icon and select :menuselection:`Configure`. To change how many items get displayed in Qlipper in total right click on Qlipper and configure with the gear icon and change :guilabel:`Clipboard Entries Count` to your desired number of entries. To change how many characters Qlipper shows from the configuration screen change :guilabel:`Maximum Display Size`. To not have whitespace after pasting each line check the :guilabel:`Trim Whitespaces for Every Line` checkbox. To change your keyboard shortcut to bring up the menu from Qlipper use the :guilabel:`Keyboard Shortcut` button. To clear this keyboard shortcut press the :guilabel:`x` button to the right. To change the tray icon image to something custom press the button next to :guilabel:`Tray icon image` which has an option to load a custom tray icon.
To synchronize your clipboard and selection clipboards check the :guilabel:`Use Platform Specific Extensions(Advanced)` checkbox first. To toggle having your clipboard saved to storage as soon as possible check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Synchronize history to storage instantly` checkbox. To have Qlipper lose its stored history when you close Qlipper check the :guilabel:`Clear Items on Exit` checkbox. Next to have two separate clipboard synchronized select the :menuselection:`No synchronization of clipboard & PSE` menu item. To select an item and have uniform clipboard select :menuselection:`Synchronize clipboard & PSE instantly`. To have Qlipper save the history instantly check the :guilabel:`Synchronize history to storage instantly` checkbox. To need to confirm before deleting all of your clipboard history check the :guilabel:`Confirm Clear History` checkbox.
.. image:: qlipperpreferences.png

@ -5,7 +5,9 @@ nobleNote is the default application to take a notes on Lubuntu. nobleNote also
Usage
------
To start a new note right click on the right hand column and select :menuselection:`New note`, press the :guilabel:`white piece of paper with a green plus` button, or :menuselection:`Edit --> New note`. Then enter a title for this note by typing it. To open a note double click on that note from the right hand column which will open a new window with your note in it. To input text in the note type in the main body of this window after clicking on it. To rename your note to something, right click on the name of the note :menuselection:`Rename note`, press :kbd:`Control+Shift+R`, or :menuselection:`Edit --> Rename note`.
To start a new note right click on the right hand column and select :menuselection:`New note`, press the :guilabel:`white piece of paper with a green plus` button, press :kbd:`Control+Shift+N`, or :menuselection:`Edit --> New note`. Then enter a title for this note by typing it. To open a note double click on that note from the right hand column which will open a new window with your note in it. To input text in the note type in the main body of this window after clicking on it. To rename your note to something, right click on the name of the note :menuselection:`Rename note`, press :kbd:`Control+Shift+R`, press :guilabel:`abc button on white paper`, or :menuselection:`Edit --> Rename note`.
To type text into a note type on the bottom of the window.
To select a different notebook to keep your notes organized click on it on the left hand column. If you wish to delete a notebook right click on a notebook and :menuselection:`Delete notebook`, with the notebook highlighted press :kbd:`Control + D`, or :menuselection:`Edit --> Delete notebook`. To add a new notebook press :kbd:`Control+N` or :menuselection:`Edit --> New notebook`.
@ -49,8 +51,8 @@ on the commandline. The icon for nobleNote looks like a yellow pad of paper with
Customizing
------------
To change preferences of nobleNote press :kbd:`Control +P` or :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure`. To keep nobleNote in your system tray after you close the nobleNote window check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Close to tray` checkbox. If you want to toggle showing notes in HTML format check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Convert notes to the HTML format`. To hide the main window when you open nobleNote check the :guilabel:`Hide main window at startup`. If you want to toggle the menu entry to show source check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Show "Show source" menu entry`. To reverse the direction of scrolling in nobleNote check the :guilabel:`touch screen scrolling` checkbox.
To change preferences of nobleNote press :kbd:`Control +P` or :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure`. To change how many recent notes nobleNote keeps change the :guilabel:`Number of recently opened notes` field. To keep nobleNote in your system tray after you close the nobleNote window check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Close to tray` checkbox. If you want to toggle showing notes in HTML format check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Convert notes to the HTML format`. To hide the main window when you open nobleNote check the :guilabel:`Hide main window at startup`. If you want to toggle the menu entry to show source check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Show "Show source" menu entry`. To reverse the direction of scrolling in nobleNote check the :guilabel:`touch screen scrolling` checkbox.
To change how wide to make the default for the new note editor :guilabel:`Width` field to how big to make the editor for the note. To change how high to make the editor size change the :guilabel:`Height` field. To change what the default font would be for editing is the large bar to the left under :guilabel:`Note editor default font`. To change the default font size change in the small to the right with a number.
To change how wide to make the default for the new note editor :guilabel:`Width` field to how big to make the editor for the note. To change how high to make the editor size change the :guilabel:`Height` field. To change what the default font would be for editing is the large bar to the left under :guilabel:`Note editor default font`. To change the font size change the number next to the name of your font.
.. image:: nobleNote-pref.png

@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ QtPass is the default password manager for Lubuntu.
Usage
------
On first launch you will be asked to generate a key to encrypt your passwords. The first field to generate the encryption key is to enter your email in the :guilabel:`Email` field. Next enter your name in the :guilabel:`Name` field. The next field is you need is the password twice in the :guilabel:`Passphrase` field twice to make sure you do not make a typo. To create the encryption key press the :guilabel:`OK` button.
On first launch you will be asked to generate a key to encrypt your passwords. The first field to generate the encryption key is to enter your email in the :guilabel:`Email` field. Next enter your name in the :guilabel:`Name` field. The next field is you need is the password twice in the :guilabel:`Passphrase` field twice to make sure you do not make a typo. To create the encryption key press the :guilabel:`OK` button. After this it will generate a keypair but this will take a while.
.. image:: qtpass-firsttime.png

@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ The :guilabel:`Configuration` tab has different sound profiles for each differen
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 1.1.0 PulseAudio Volume Control.
Lubuntu ships with version 1.2.0 PulseAudio Volume Control.
How to Launch
-------------

@ -93,7 +93,7 @@ To add a logo to a video file check the :guilabel:`Add logo` checkbox. To choose
Saving or Converting Files
--------------------------
To save or convert a file in VLC press :kbd:`Control+R` or :menuselection:` Media --> Convert/Save` and a dialog will pop up. To add a local file to save or convert use the :guilabel:`File` tab and press the :guilabel:`Add` button. To Save or convert files off a disc press use the :guilabel:`Disc` tab. To save a network URL to use the :guilabel:`Network` tab and enter the URL in the :guilabel:`Please enter a network URL` field. To convert or save a the files press the :guilabel:`Convert/Save` button.
To save or convert a file in VLC press :kbd:`Control+R` or :menuselection:`Media --> Convert/Save` and a dialog will pop up. To add a local file to save or convert use the :guilabel:`File` tab and press the :guilabel:`Add` button. To Save or convert files off a disc press use the :guilabel:`Disc` tab. To save a network URL to use the :guilabel:`Network` tab and enter the URL in the :guilabel:`Please enter a network URL` field. To convert or save a the files press the :guilabel:`Convert/Save` button.
To change what file format to convert to use the :guilabel:`Profile` drop down menu. To choose what file name to save your file use the :guilabel:`Browse` button. To start converting the file press the :guilabel:`Start` button.
@ -117,7 +117,7 @@ To view your settings for subtitles and on screen display choose the :guilabel:`
.. image:: vlc-subtitle-pref.png
To change settings with codecs choose the :guilabel:`Input/codecs` tab. To change your settings for hardware-accelerated decoding use the :guilabel:`Hardware-accelerated decoding` which you can choose a specific kind of decoding. To choose to seek faster than more precisely check the :guilabel:`Fast seek` option. To the quality of video VLC encodes change :guilabel:`x264 preset and tuning selection` which faster recording taking less resources but being less quality. To change your default optical device the drop down menu next to :guilabel:`Default optical device` to change your default optical device. To choose where save things you record with VLC change type where you want in :guilabel:`Record directory or filename` or press the :guilabel:`Browse` button. To change your caching policy depending on your network latency use the :guilabel:`Default caching policy` drop down menu.
To change settings with codecs choose the :guilabel:`Input/codecs` tab. To change your settings for hardware-accelerated decoding use the :guilabel:`Hardware-accelerated decoding` which you can choose a specific kind of decoding. To choose to seek faster than more precisely check the :guilabel:`Fast seek` option. To the quality of video VLC encodes change :guilabel:`x264 preset and tuning selection` which faster recording taking less resources but being less quality. To change your default optical device the drop down menu next to :guilabel:`Default optical device` to change your default optical device. To choose where save things you record with VLC change type where you want in :guilabel:`Record directory or filename` or press the :guilabel:`Browse` button. To change your caching policy depending on your network latency use the :guilabel:`Default caching policy` drop down menu. If you use an http proxy you can set it in :guilabel:`HTTP proxy URL`.
.. image:: vlc-input-codecs.png
@ -125,7 +125,7 @@ To view your hotkey settings use the :guilabel:`Hotkeys` tab. The column :guila
.. image:: vlc-pref-hotkeys.png
To change to view even more settings press the :guilabel:`All` button in the :guilabel:`Show settings` part of your prefrences. To switch back to simple settings press the :guilabel:`Simple` button. To search for a setting in the Advanced settings interface use the :guilabel:`Search` bar.
To change to view even more settings press the :guilabel:`All` button in the :guilabel:`Show settings` part of your preferences. To switch back to simple settings press the :guilabel:`Simple` button. To search for a setting in the Advanced settings interface use the :guilabel:`Search` bar.
To change how the user interface of VLC appears :menuselection:`Tools --> Customize Interface`. To select a profile that works as a default some ones for older versions of VLC choose the :guilabel:`Select profile:` drop down menu. To create a new profile press the button to the right press the paper with a sun on it. To move the main toolbar above the video check the :guilabel:`Above the video` checkbox. Below will be the lines of each toolbar for example :guilabel:`Line 2` for each line of toolbar. To see a summary of what each button does hover the mouse over it and a description will pop up.To move a button to the left or right left click and drag to the left and right the button to the desired position. To see a preview of how this will effect the media player and see it press the :guilabel:`Preview` section of the window.
@ -141,7 +141,7 @@ To show your Active extensions use the :guilabel:`Active Extensions tab`. To rel
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 3.0.17 of VLC.
Lubuntu ships with version 3.0.18 of VLC.
How to Launch
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@ -24,17 +24,21 @@ To change how your process are sorted press :kbd:`F6` which will bring up your o
Customizing
-----------
:kbd:`F2` brings about a customizable settings on htop. The :guilabel:`Meters` options brings up meters like CPU average. To see what kind of meter you have it will be shown in brackets. To move a meter press :kbd:`Enter` and press the arrow keys to move in the direction of the meter you want to select. To save a meter in that place press :kbd:`Enter` again. To delete a meter press :kbd:`Delete`. To add new meter move all the way to the right by pressing the :kbd:`Right arrow` under :guilabel:`Available meters`. To add a meter press :kbd:`Enter` and to select which one press the arrow keys.
:kbd:`F2` brings about a customizable settings on htop.
The :guilabel:`Display Options` has option for different ways to display in htop. To toggle an option on press :kbd:`Spacebar`. The :guilabel:`Colors` tab brings up different color schemes for htop. To select a different color scheme press the :kbd:`Up arrow` or :kbd:`Down arrow` keys. To select a new color scheme press the :kbd:`Spacebar` key.
.. image:: htop-setup.png
To change the header columns of htop on the top select :menuselection:`Header layout` tab. In each of these options the numbers on the right represents the width of the column is the percent of the width of the window.
The :guilabel:`Meters` options brings up meters like CPU average. To see what kind of meter you have it will be shown in brackets. To move a meter press :kbd:`Enter` and press the arrow keys to move in the direction of the meter you want to select. To save a meter in that place press :kbd:`Enter` again. To delete a meter press :kbd:`Delete`. To add new meter move all the way to the right by pressing the :kbd:`Right arrow` under :guilabel:`Available meters`. To add a meter press :kbd:`Enter` and to select which one press the arrow keys.
To change what columns end up showing select :guilabel:`Columns` on the setup menu. The column :guilabel:`Active Columns` shows what columns you will have on htop with the top being the leftmost column in htop and the bottom being the rightmost. To select a different column press :kbd:`Up arrow` or :kbd:`Down arrow`. To move a column up in the list press :kbd:`F7`. To move a column down press :kbd:`F8`. To remove a column press :kbd:`F9`. To see what other columns there is the column :guilabel:`Available Columns`. To add a column when having :guilabel:`Available Columns` and select the column you want and press :kbd:`F5`.
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 3.0.3 of htop.
Lubuntu ships with version 3.2.1 of htop.
How to launch
-------------

@ -5,7 +5,11 @@ QTerminal is the default terminal of Lubuntu. It also has a drop down version. I
Usage
------
To open a new tab go to the :menuselection:`File --> New Tab` or press :kbd:`control + shift + t`. You can also open a new tab by double clicking empty space on the tab bar. To close a tab press the :guilabel:`X` button near the right hand side of the tab, :menuselection:`File --> Close Tab`, or press :kbd:`Control+Shift+W`. You can change between tabs by left clicking on the tabbar on the tab you want to switch to. If you want to switch between tabs click on the different click on that tab or press the left and right arrows in the upper right corner to see different tabs if you can't see them all. Another way to switch between tabs is :kbd:`control + page up` or :kbd:`control + page down`. If you want to copy text from the terminal press :kbd:`control + shift + c` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Copy Selection` to copy text. If you wish to paste text into the terminal you can :kbd:`control + shift + v`, right click and select :menuselection:`Paste Clipboard`, or :menuselection:`Edit --> Paste Clipboard` however you should be really careful it is not a malicious command and shows the command you are pasting in. If you want to paste selected text in the terminal press :kbd:`Shift + Insert` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Paste Selection`. If you want to open a new terminal window :kbd:`Control+ Shift+ N` or go :menuselection:`File --> New Window`. To try to autocomplete the command you type in a command line press the :kbd:`Tab` key. To see what else a command could be hit :kbd:`Tab` twice.
To enter a command into QTerminal type the command in and press :kbd:`Enter`. After you do this the command will display its output on the line below where you have entered it.
To open a new tab go to the :menuselection:`File --> New Tab` or press :kbd:`control + shift + t`. You can also open a new tab by double clicking empty space on the tab bar. To close a tab press the :guilabel:`X` button near the right hand side of the tab, :menuselection:`File --> Close Tab`, or press :kbd:`Control+Shift+W`. You can change between tabs by left clicking on the tabbar on the tab you want to switch to. If you want to switch between tabs click on the different click on that tab or press the left and right arrows in the upper right corner to see different tabs if you can't see them all. Another way to switch between tabs is :kbd:`control + page up` or :kbd:`control + page down`.
If you want to copy text from the terminal press :kbd:`control + shift + c` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Copy Selection` to copy text. If you wish to paste text into the terminal you can :kbd:`control + shift + v`, right click and select :menuselection:`Paste Clipboard`, or :menuselection:`Edit --> Paste Clipboard` however you should be really careful it is not a malicious command and shows the command you are pasting in. If you want to paste selected text in the terminal press :kbd:`Shift + Insert` or :menuselection:`Edit --> Paste Selection`. If you want to open a new terminal window :kbd:`Control+ Shift+ N` or go :menuselection:`File --> New Window`. To try to autocomplete the command you type in a command line press the :kbd:`Tab` key. To see what else a command could be hit :kbd:`Tab` twice.
.. image:: qterminal.png
@ -32,7 +36,7 @@ To rename a tab press :kbd:`Alt+Shift+S` or right click on the tab bar and selec
Customizing
-----------
To change your preferences go to :menuselection:`File --> Preferences` or right click the terminal and :menuselection:`Preferences`. To change your font press the :guilabel:`Change` button next to the :guilabel:`Font` label and a dialog will show up. To change the font size enter it in the :guilabel:`Size` field. The terminal works best with monospaced fonts which often have mono somewhere in their name. To change your font use the :guilabel:`Font` drop down.
To change your preferences go to :menuselection:`File --> Preferences` or right click the terminal and :menuselection:`Preferences`. The :guilabel:`Appearance` tab shows how the terminal looks. To change your font press the :guilabel:`Change` button next to the :guilabel:`Font` label and a dialog will show up. To change the font size enter it in the :guilabel:`Size` field. The terminal works best with monospaced fonts which often have mono somewhere in their name. To change your font use the :guilabel:`Font` drop down. To see how your font looks look in the :guilabel:`Preview` field.
.. image:: qterminal-font.png
@ -42,11 +46,11 @@ To use a bold font for bright colors with syntax highlighting check the :guilabe
.. image:: qterminal-preferences.png
The field :guilabel:`Application transparency` gives you the percent transparent for the full application transparency. The field :guilabel:`Terminal transparency` is how transparent to make the terminal. Note you will need to enable the compton compositor for this function properly. To select a background image for your terminal press the :guilabel:`Select` button next to :guilabel:`Background image`. To change what QTerminal will do with the background image if the window doesn't exactly fit use the :guilabel:`Background mode` menu. The field :guilabel:`Start with preset` lets you choose how many terminal splits to have when you start up QTerminal. To have a margin on the left side of the terminal set the :guilabel:`Terminal margin` will make a margin at the bottom of the terminal to not have the bottom text cut off.
The field :guilabel:`Application transparency` gives you the percent transparent for the full application transparency. The field :guilabel:`Terminal transparency` is how transparent to make the terminal. To select a background image for your terminal press the :guilabel:`Select` button next to :guilabel:`Background image`. To change what QTerminal will do with the background image if the window doesn't exactly fit use the :guilabel:`Background mode` menu. The field :guilabel:`Start with preset` lets you choose how many terminal splits to have when you start up QTerminal. To have a margin on the left side of the terminal set the :guilabel:`Terminal margin` will make a margin at the bottom of the terminal to not have the bottom text cut off.
To apply these changes to see how they appear on QTerminal press the :guilabel:`Apply` button. If you like your new customized terminal layout press the :guilabel:`OK` button or if you wish to cancel your changes press the :guilabel:`Cancel` button.
The :guilabel:`Behavior` tab changes history, pasting, and different kinds of emulation. The :guilabel:`History size (in lines)` lets you save only that many lines of history. The button for :guilabel:`Unlimited history` will save an unlimited amount of history. To change where you are viewing the terminal when you paste change the :guilabel:`Action after paste` menu. The checkbox for :guilabel:`Confirm multiline paste` brings up a confirmation for pasting multiple lines. The checkbox :guilabel:`Trim trailing newlines in pasted text` checkbox removes excess newlines in pasting text from the end of what you paste. To not close tabs by middle clicking uncheck the :guilabel:`Close tab on middle-click` checkbox. The :guilabel:`Ask for confirmation when closing` pops up a confirmation dialog when you close QTerminal. The checkbox :guilabel:`Save position when closing` saves the position when closing QTerminal. To save where QTerminal is on the screen check the :guilabel:`Save Position when closing` checkbox. To have QTerminal be the same size window check the :guilabel:`Save Size when closing`. The :guilabel:`Open new terminals in current working directory` checkbox open new terminals in the last working directory you were on. To Open new tabs to the right of the current tab check the :guilabel:`Open new tab to the right of the active tab` checkbox.
The :guilabel:`Behavior` tab changes history, pasting, and different kinds of emulation. To stop bracketed paste mode on pasting multiple lines check the :guilabel:`Forcefully disable bracketed paste mode` checkbox. The :guilabel:`History size (in lines)` lets you save only that many lines of history. The button for :guilabel:`Unlimited history` will save an unlimited amount of history. To change where you are viewing the terminal when you paste change the :guilabel:`Action after paste` menu. The checkbox for :guilabel:`Confirm multiline paste` brings up a confirmation for pasting multiple lines. The checkbox :guilabel:`Trim trailing newlines in pasted text` checkbox removes excess newlines in pasting text from the end of what you paste. To not close tabs by middle clicking uncheck the :guilabel:`Close tab on middle-click` checkbox. The :guilabel:`Ask for confirmation when closing` pops up a confirmation dialog when you close QTerminal. The checkbox :guilabel:`Save position when closing` saves the position when closing QTerminal. To save where QTerminal is on the screen check the :guilabel:`Save Position when closing` checkbox. To have QTerminal be the same size window check the :guilabel:`Save Size when closing`. The :guilabel:`Open new terminals in current working directory` checkbox open new terminals in the last working directory you were on. To Open new tabs to the right of the current tab check the :guilabel:`Open new tab to the right of the active tab` checkbox.
.. image:: qterminal-pref-behavior.png
@ -62,7 +66,7 @@ The :guilabel:`Bookmark` tab has settings for a sidebar to quickly change direct
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships with version 1.1.0 of QTerminal.
Lubuntu ships with version 1.2.0 of QTerminal.
How to Launch
-------------

@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ To quit Startup Disk Creator press the :kbd:`Escape` key or press the :guilabel:
Version
-------
Lubuntu ships version 0.3.13 of Startup Disk Creator.
Lubuntu ships version 0.3.16 of Startup Disk Creator.
How to Launch
-------------

@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ nm-tray is the default applet to manage network connections on Lubuntu.
Usage
------
If you want to connect to a network on nm-tray left click the icon in the system tray. If you have a wired connection with DHCP it should connect automatically. If you want to disconnect your from a network under active connections left click to disconnect. To connect to wifi left click on the nm-tray applet and connect the wifi name applet and then enter the password for the wifi.
If you want to connect to a network on nm-tray left click the icon in the system tray. If you have a wired connection with DHCP it should connect automatically. If you want to disconnect your from a network under active connections left click to disconnect. To connect to wifi left click on the nm-tray applet and connect the wifi name applet and then enter the password for the wifi. To rejoin a network you disconnected from left click on that network under :guilabel:`Known Connection(s)`.
After connecting to a network it will be listed under connections which you can see by left clicking on nm-tray icons. To see the list of all known connections left click on the tray applet and look under :guilabel:`Known Connection(s)`. To view the list of active connections left click on the tray icon and look under :guilabel:`Active connection(s)`. To view the list of wifi networks is listed under :guilabel:`Wi-Fi networks` you are connected to.
@ -21,6 +21,8 @@ The section :guilabel:`IPV4` shows you information on your settings for networki
The section :guilabel:`IPV6` shows information on your settings for networking using IPV6. The section :guilabel:`IP Address` shows you current IPV6 address. To see the the root to your DNS servers for IPV6 see the :guilabel:`DNS(1)` field. To see your backup IPV6 DNS server see the :guilabel:`DNS(2)` field.
To check for wifi networks again right click on the tray icon and select :menuselection:`Wifi - request scan`.
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.. image:: nm-tray.png

@ -5,9 +5,11 @@ qps is the graphical task manager included with Lubuntu. It is useful to close n
Usage
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To see your memory usage in qps look at the bar that says :guilabel:`MEM`. The bar for :guilabel:`CPU` usage shows CPU usage with a bar graph with usage with a bar graph for CPU usage. The third column :guilabel:`SWAP` shows how much swap is used or if you don't have a swap space view it will say :guilabel:`NOSWAP`. The :guilabel:`Uptime` in the top bar shows how long your computer has been running. A blue bar showing file input output shows graph in blue. Above this there is a green graph that shows your CPU usage as a graph. To find more info on your CPU usage Memory or Swap usage simply mouseover that display and more info will show. To show when a program was started with the :guilabel:`START` column. To have a view of process ID of each process use the :guilabel:`PID` column. The column :guilabel:`Command Line` shows what command line starts the process. To show which user the process is running on is in the :guilabel:`USER` column.
To see your memory usage in qps look at the bar that says :guilabel:`MEM`. The bar for :guilabel:`CPU` usage shows CPU usage with a bar graph with usage with a bar graph for CPU usage. The third column :guilabel:`SWAP` shows how much swap is used or if you don't have a swap space view it will say :guilabel:`NOSWAP`. The :guilabel:`Uptime` in the top bar shows how long your computer has been running. A blue bar showing file input output shows graph in blue. Above this there is a green graph that shows your CPU usage as a graph. To find more info on your CPU usage Memory or Swap usage simply mouseover that display and more info will show. To show when a program was started with the :guilabel:`START` column. To have a view of process ID of each process use the :guilabel:`PID` column. The column :guilabel:`COMMAND LINE` shows what command line starts the process. To show which user the process is running on is in the :guilabel:`USER` column.
To sort your processes by memory click on the :guilabel:`MEM` tab. To have your processes sorted by CPU percentage press the button :guilabel:`CPU%` To have your processes sorted by CPU%. To sort by the command line of each process you can press the command line. To sort by how much memory is used by each process read the :guilabel:`Mem` tab. To only view your processes on the toolbar drop down to the right of :guilabel:`Filter` and select :menuselection:`Your Processes`. To view only processes not run by the root user form the drop menu on lower toolbar select :menuselection:`Non-Root Processes`. To view only running processes select on the drop down menu on the lower toolbar select :menuselection:`Running Processes`. To go back to viewing all processes select from the drop down menu on the toolbar select :menuselection:`All Processes`.
To search for a particular process type in the :guilabel:`Filter` field.
To sort your processes by memory click on the :guilabel:`MEM` tab. To have your processes sorted by CPU percentage press the button :guilabel:`CPU%`. To have your processes sorted by CPU%. To sort by the command line of each process you can press the command line. To sort by how much memory is used by each process read the :guilabel:`Mem` tab. To only view your processes on the toolbar drop down to the right of :guilabel:`Filter` and select :menuselection:`Your Processes`. To view only processes not run by the root user form the drop menu on lower toolbar select :menuselection:`Non-Root Processes`. To view only running processes select on the drop down menu on the lower toolbar select :menuselection:`Running Processes`. To go back to viewing all processes select from the drop down menu on the toolbar select :menuselection:`All Processes`.
To change your process view to each process gets its own line or linear select the :guilabel:`Linear` radio button in the upper left hand corner. To organize each related process with a tree for parent and child processes press the :guilabel:`Tree` radio button. To search for a particular process enter a search term in the bar towards the center top of the user interface. To group processes based on what thread they are in check the :guilabel:`Thread` checkbox.
@ -19,7 +21,7 @@ To search for a particular process you can type your type into the search bar ri
To view more details on this process right click on the process and select :menuselection:`View details`. To view what files the process has open use the :guilabel:`Files` tab. To view what environment variables the process select the :guilabel:`Environment` tab.
To toggle showing a graph with your overall system usage check/uncheck the :menuselection:`Option --> Show Graph` checkbox in the menu. To toggle showing the bar with the option to search for processor or choose linear or tree view of processes check/uncheck :menuselection:`Option --> Show Control Bar` checkbox in the menu. To change the update period is to :menuselection:`Option --> Update Period`. Then input your update period in the :guilabel:`New Update Period` field.
To toggle showing a graph with your overall system usage check/uncheck the :menuselection:`Options --> Show Graph` checkbox in the menu. To toggle showing the bar with the option to search for processor or choose linear or tree view of processes check/uncheck :menuselection:`Options --> Show Control Bar` checkbox in the menu. To change the update period is to :menuselection:`Options --> Update Period`. Then input your update period in the :guilabel:`New Update Period` field.
To quit qps press :kbd:`Alt+Q`.
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Version
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Lubuntu ships with version 2.3.0 of qps.
Lubuntu ships with version 2.6.0 of qps.
How to Launch
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Customizing
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To change more preferences :menuselection:`Options --> Preferences` and a preferences window will pop up. To have qps not exit when you close qps uncheck the :guilabel:`Exit on closing` checkbox. To change if qps has a remembers it position check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Remember Position` checkbox. To change the font use the drop down menu under :guilabel:`Appearance` and the drop down number is for the font size. To change how CPU usage is divided per your total number of CPU cores or a Single CPU press a radio button under :guilabel:`%CPU divided by`. To close the preferences press the :guilabel:`OK` button.
To change more preferences :menuselection:`Options --> Preferences` and a preferences window will pop up. To have qps not exit when you close qps uncheck the :guilabel:`Exit on closing` checkbox. To change if qps has a remembers it position check/uncheck the :guilabel:`Remember Position` checkbox. To change how CPU usage is divided per your total number of CPU cores or a Single CPU press a radio button under :guilabel:`%CPU divided by`. To change the font use the drop down menu under :guilabel:`Appearance` and the drop down number is for the font size. To close the preferences press the :guilabel:`OK` button.
.. image:: qps-pref.png

@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ If you have say a new solid state drive that is not formatted you first need to
Creating a new partition table on a disk with data on it will cause the loss of all data on the entire disk not just a partition.
To change a mount point of a drive internally for your machine to have it start mounted access to it always :menuselection:`Partition --> Edit Mount Point` or :menuselection:`Edit Mount Point`. This will popup a new window to choose the path where to mount this partition enter it in the :guilabel:`Path` field. Below there are many :guilabel:`Options` for how to mount things. To actually cause this to be mounted press the :guilabel:`OK` button. To cancel mounting this partition press the :guilabel:`Cancel` button. Once this happens you will get a dialog asking if you really want to do this as it changes the file in etc/fstab. To really go through with changing this press the :guilabel:`Save changes` button. To not save these changes press the :guilabel:`Cancel` button. After you have done this you can right click on this drive and select :guilabel:`Mount` to mount it immediately. Once saved in /etc/fstab your drive will be saved and mounted at this point every time. However if you want to edit a mount point you will need to unmount the partition first and you can do this from right clicking and selecting :guilabel:`Unmount`.
To change a mount point of a drive internally for your machine to have it start mounted access to it always :menuselection:`Partition --> Edit Mount Point` or :menuselection:`Edit Mount Point`. This will popup a new window to choose the path where to mount this partition enter it in the :guilabel:`Path` field. Below there are many :guilabel:`Options` for how to mount things. To actually cause this to be mounted press the :guilabel:`OK` button. To cancel mounting this partition press the :guilabel:`Cancel` button. Once this happens you will get a dialog asking if you really want to do this as it changes the file in /etc/fstab. To really go through with changing this press the :guilabel:`Save changes` button. To not save these changes press the :guilabel:`Cancel` button. After you have done this you can right click on this drive and select :guilabel:`Mount` to mount it immediately. Once saved in /etc/fstab your drive will be saved and mounted at this point every time. However if you want to edit a mount point you will need to unmount the partition first and you can do this from right clicking and selecting :guilabel:`Unmount`.
To view information of a partition on your drive double click on it. On the top a bar code on the top shows how full the partition is. To see what kind of file system it is in the :guilabel:`File system` field. To see a label on your filesystem look at the :guilabel:`Label` field. To see where that partition is mounted is in the :guilabel:`Mount point` field. To see what partition type you use in the :guilabel:`Partition type` field. To see the size of the partition is in the :guilabel:`Size` field. To see the available size read the :guilabel:`Available` field. To see how much is used of your partition see the :guilabel:`Used` label.
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Version
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Lubuntu ships with version 22.08.0 of KDE Partition Manager.
Lubuntu ships with version 22.12.3 of KDE Partition Manager.
How to launch
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