Como colocar arquivos/atalhos na área de trabalho e na barra de tarefas

como faço p/ colocar arquivos/atalhos na área de trabalho e na “barra de tarefas” do Bodhi Linux do meu pc velho ?
não me considero tão leigo mas estou apaindo feio do sistema kkkkkkkkk

Não é tão simples quanto num desktop convencional (LXDE, XFCE…), mas não é difícil. :wink:

Fonte do texto abaixo: Moksha Basics | Bodhi Linux

Desktop Icons

By default (out of the box) Bodhi doesn’t support desktop icons, keeping with a clean/minimalist look and feel. If your preference is to have desktop icons, you can enable this feature via customization in Module Settings.

Enable

There a number of methods to open/access Module Settings:

  • Quick launcher: Press WinKey + , to open the Quick Launcher. From within the Launcher the type Modules and hit <return>.
  • Main Menu. Left-click on any empty space of the desktop to bring up the Main Menu. From the menu click: Settings>Modules this will open the Module Settings window.

With the Module Settings window open, if it’s not maximized, maximize it now. Using the icons at the top of the window to navigate through the features, locate, and click Files. From the list of options under Files, ensure Desktop Icons is enabled, by highlight the option and click the Load button (bottom left).

Disable

To disable desktop icons, open Module Settings (see above), highlight select Desktop Icons, click Unload.

Create Desktop Icon – For an Installed App

To run an application from a desktop icon, you must copy its launcher into your Desktop folder (~/Desktop). Most installed apps come packaged with a launcher, (ie a “.desktop” file). These files will be found in one of two places:

  • ~/.local/share/applications in the case of a personal application launcher
  • /usr/share/applications in the case of a standard application launcher.

Copy your chosen launcher (for example: /usr/share/applications/leafpad.desktop) into your Desktop folder (~/Desktop), if you have enabled Desktop Icons (see above) you will now have an icon (launcher) for the Leafpad app on your desktop.

Create Desktop Icon – For a Folder

A launcher (.desktop) file needs to be created and unsurprisingly there is a Personal Application Launcher & Desktop Entry Editor to help facilitate this.

With Desktop Icons enabled (see above), we first need to establish the path of the folder you want on display on the desktop. If you know the path already skip to the next paragraph. Using PCManFM / File manager select your chosen folder or file. From the file manager toolbar, you’ll now see the full path. In this example, we’ll be creating a shortcut to the Downloads folder (the path is: /home/<username>/Downloads), where is replaced with your Bodhi Linux username ie: jane). Make note of the path (highlight and copy it + c)

The Desktop Entry Editor (DEE) is accessed via the Personal Application Launcher (PAL). Using Quick Launch ( + ) open the PAL by typing “personal” and hit . In the PAL window click Add, to open the DEE. The desktop entry editor needs the following minimum information:

  • Name: The icon name to display on the desktop. In this example, we’ll use “Downloads”
  • Application: As we’re opening a folder, we’ll use PCManFM passing in the “path” obtained earlier as a parameter. In this example this becomes:

pcmanfm ‘/home/jane/Downloads’

NOTE: Quotes are only mandatory if the path includes spaces

Now click the Icon link in the top navigation of the DEE window to select a suitable icon. Simply type folder into the Icon text box (located above the , & buttons) you will see a preview of the icon appear. You can also navigate to icons under /usr/share/icons/<theme name>/status/scalable/ but this is beyond the scope of this how-to. See Personal Application Launcher for more info.

Now click the Options link in the top navigation bar of the DEE window and uncheck the “Show in Menus” option (as we do not want this action).

Now press Apply to save the newly created “.desktop” file (the file will be saved in ~/.local/share/applications) and named using the name you specified in an early step above. Now click Close to exit the DEE.

Finally, copy your newly created “.desktop” file, in this example: ~/.local/share/applications/Downloads.desktop, into the folder: ~/Desktop"

@zorita313, deu certo? Desculpe eu lançar o conteúdo direto da fonte em inglês, na hora eu estava sem tempo para traduzir.

eu desisti de usar o bodhi linux preferi usar o ubuntu lxqt mas fácil pra mim que sou novato no linux mas obigrigado por tentar ajudar.

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Pena que o LXQt ainda esteja “verde”. A começar pelo bug na configuração do teclado.