Wiki Tag: Moksha

Quick Launcher

Quick Launcher is a handy Moksha module which, as its name implies, allows you to launch applications quickly. Quick Launcher is opened by pressing any of the following key bindings: <SuperKey>+<Space>,  <Alt>+<Esc>, or  <Ctrl>+<Alt>+<Space> or from left-clicking Main Menu > Quick Launcher. Want to get to the Favorite Applications dialog box to set up your...

Configuring a New Bodhi Installation

Configuring a New Bodhi Installation This article describes the initial tweaks you might make to a newly-installed Bodhi Linux system.  These include setting up your date/time, keyboard (if you live outside the US), selecting a theme that suits your tastes, changing the wallpaper, and managing startup applications. To make further changes, follow the links at...

Moksha Settings Panel

Guide to Moksha’s Settings Panel ***Pardon our dust while this Wiki is under construction*** This guide will focus on General Settings specific to Moksha, Bodhi Linux’s unique desktop Overview Operating systems are complicated, and Bodhi Linux is no exception. Thankfully, we strive to make using Bodhi Linux as hassle-free as possible right out of the...

Key Bindings and Edge Bindings

Bindings (aka shortcuts) Overview Want to quickly disable your laptop’s touchpad? Then set up a Key Binding (aka keyboard shortcut). Want to easily switch between desktops? Use an Edge Binding (aka mouse shortcut). Key Bindings specify the actions that occur when you press a key combination (i.e. they bind the action to that key combination)...

Virtual Desktops

Introduction You have on your Bodhi system two virtual desktops, and you can have more if you wish. Tiny preview pictures of these desktops appear in the Pager gadget on your shelf, and clicking one of these will open the corresponding desktop. The desktops all look the same on the default Bodhi installation, as they...

Gadgets, Modules, and Shelves

Gadgets A gadget is a small application that will either: Provide information about some aspect of your system, as is the case with the CPU Frequency gadget, or Perform a specific action, such as launching applications in the case of the iBar gadget. Although gadgets can be placed directly on the desktop, the most useful...

Profiles

Profiles store the customizations you’ve applied to your desktop. These include the shelves you’ve set up, any key or edge bindings, and your choice of GTK theme, along with menu customizations such as disabling icons or turning off ‘Generic’, the fonts or colors you’ve applied, the number of virtual desktops, your choice of wallpaper(s), and...

The Menu System

This article describes the Moksha menu system used by Bodhi Linux. Main Menu The Main Menu, and two of its sub-menus, are available at the click of the mouse – i.e. a click on any empty spot of the desktop: Left-click for the Main Menu (or press the <MenuKey>), or click the Start Gadget on...

Moksha Guide

Moksha Guide This Bodhi Guide to Moksha is intended to be your resource for using the Moksha Desktop and getting the most out of it. New Bodhi Linux users may also want to check out our brief introduction, the Getting Started Guide, which is available online and locally on your system, accessible via the Main Menu. (About...