It is the software that must be adapted to the user, not the user. The guys behind KDE know this all too well, and that’s why they make it the job of customize the desktop it turns out to be truly simple.
This time we are going to learn how to customize toolbars of applications in the oxygen-filled desktop environment. We’re going to customize the Dolphin toolbar, but the procedure is the same for other apps, like Gwenview, Kate, KMail, Kontact, KTorrent, and a long list of others.
Customizing the toolbar
The first is to right-click on the toolbar and then the option Configure toolbars, A sale will open with the available actions and the actions currently present at the bar.
Adding new items is as easy as double-clicking on the action we want to add, or we can use the center arrows. We can also drag the buttons directly to the place we want, which is much more convenient.
we can also change the icon and text of the button by clicking on the relevant option.
And entering the new text (and if we do not want text we can always order the system to hide it by checking the appropriate box).
Once we have finished editing the toolbar, simply apply and accept the changes, which will take effect immediately. In our case we add the button information, Which we renamed simply as Information.
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