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Learn how to add desktop icon support to your own custom desktop environment.

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Gtk+ Cairo Libinotifytools Axl Vortex "Optinal" Lua "Optional"

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Desktop Icons with Text. Right Click Event "Popup Menu" (Desktop, Panel or Custom Menu). Left Click Event "On Icon" (Single, Double or Tripple Click) Selection or Exacution. Left Click"Single" & Drag Event "On Icon" (Icon Selection & Move). Left Click"Single" & Drag Event "On Desktop" (Rubberband Selection). Resize Wallpaper. Specify as Gdk background window type. Resize Icons. Resize wallpaper to screen size. Align text to bottum center of icon. Scale & Rotate icons individually. Svg Support. Note should allready be working. Png Support. Animated png & svg wallpaper support with sound effects. Animated png & svg icon support with sound effects. Shaped rubberband selection. Icon & or Text background styles. 2D Icon Physics support. Mouse button 1, 2, 3 events. Interactive Animated Icon & Wallpaper Support. Plugin System Place Desktop on all screens. Watch Desktop Directory. Play system sounds.

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bsd cairo desktop gnu gtk linux lua xml

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