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howto:kiosk_mode [2007/12/08 18:07]
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 ====== Kiosk Mode ====== ====== Kiosk Mode ======
-Some components of Xfce have support for kiosk mode, this can be enabled by creating and modifying the system kioskrc file.+Some components of Xfce have support for kiosk mode. This can be enabled by creating and modifying the system kioskrc file found at:
  
   ${sysconfdir}/​xdg/​xfce4/​kiosk/​kioskrc   ${sysconfdir}/​xdg/​xfce4/​kiosk/​kioskrc
 +
 +By default, ${sysconfdir} points to /etc
  
 ===== Xfce4 Panel ===== ===== Xfce4 Panel =====
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   Whether or not the user is allowed to customize the compatibility settings (KDE/Gnome compat)   Whether or not the user is allowed to customize the compatibility settings (KDE/Gnome compat)
  
 +===== Xfce4 Desktop =====
 +
 +  [xfdesktop]
 +  UserMenu=%wheel
 +  CustomizeBackdrop=ALL
 +  CustomizeDesktopMenu=%wheel
 +  CustomizeWindowlist=NONE
 +  CustomizeDesktopIcons=brian
 +
 +  * UserMenu
 +  Whether or not to allow user modifications to the desktop menu.  If not, xfdesktop will ignore the menu.xml file in ~/​.config/​xfce4/​desktop/​ and use the system menu in $sysconfdir/​xdg/​xfce4/​desktop/​menu.xml.
 +
 +  * CustomizeBackdrop
 +  Whether or not to allow user modifications to the desktop backdrop. ​ If not, the Backdrop settings panel will be greyed out.
 +
 +  * CustomizeDesktopMenu
 +  Whether or not to allow user modifications to the desktop menu.  This includes showing or hiding application icons, as well as showing or hiding the menu itself.
 +
 +  * CustomizeWindowlist
 +  Whether or not to allow user modifications to the window list.  This includes showing or hiding window icons, as well as showing or hiding the menu itself.
 +
 +  * CustomizeDesktopIcons
 +  Whether or not to allow the user to enable or disable the display of desktop icons, or change their style.