Steps via Easy Mode: 所見及所得之簡易模式：
1. 開啟終端機 Ctrl + Alt + T
2. 輸入 “konqueror” 然後按下 “Enter”
3. Go to: applications>system>admistrator tools>file manager.
4. Be careful, as now you can do some real damage.
5. Find: all file systems/opt/xandros/share/AsusLauncher/simpleui.rc 找到/opt/xandros/share/AsusLauncher/simpleui.rc
6. Copy and paste the simpleui.rc to your home directory as a backup.
複製 simpleui.rc 到您 home 的目錄裡作備份用
7. Right click the simpleui.rc file and open with “Text Editor”
對 simpleui.rc 按下滑鼠右鍵，並使用 文字編輯器 開啟
8. Edit at will.
Direct Route (from terminal) 直接模式(使用終端機)
1. Backup the original: cp /opt/xandros/share/AsusLauncher/simpleui.rc /home/user/simpleui.rc.old
備份原使檔案 cp /opt/xandros/share/AsusLauncher/simpleui.rc /home/user/simpleui.rc.old
2. Open simpleui.rc: sudo kwrite /opt/xandros/share/AsusLauncher/simpleui.rc
開啟並用 kwrite 編輯 simpleui.rc : sudo kwrite /opt/xandros/share/AsusLauncher/simpleui.rc
3. Edit at will.
If you mess up… If you still have access to a terminal and you have created a backup of simpleui.rc which you want to restore, open terminal and type: cp /home/user/simpleui.rc.old /opt/xandros/share/AsusLauncher/simpleui.rc Alternatively, see Rescue mode
如果你不小心弄毀了…. 你還是可以從備份的 simpleui.rc 還原 開啟終端機並輸入：cp /home/user/simpleui.rc.old /opt/xandros/share/AsusLauncher/simpleui.rc 或者，你可以看看 Rescue mode
The “simplecat” sections are the tabs themselves, so to remove the “Learn” tab delete the whole “simplecat” section with id=“Learn”.
The “folder” sections are exactly that: folders. For example, the “games” folder (under the “play” tab which contains all of the games).
The “parcel” sections are the “launchable” icons. For example, the “internet radio” icon (under the “internet” tab).
Deleting the programs themselves does not free up any disk space due to the Eee PC Xandros restore feature (f9 at startup).
Preview: Favorites The items in the Favorites tab (other than Asus.com and Customize) are located in /home/user/.AsusLauncher/favorites.rc
Since simpleui.rc is loaded first, the only way to move Customize icon to the end is probably to remove it in simpleui.rc and add it to favorites.rc (confirmed, RK)
It can be removed altogether if you wish by either deleting the entry described above, or commenting out the entry for it: add <!- - and - - > (without spaces..) on either side of any piece code and it will be ignored. This is good practice as it allows for easy restoration or mistake correction.
Wallpaper Wallpapers for easy mode are stored in /opt/xandros/share/AsusLauncher. They are named <style>_<page>_wallpaper.jpg, where style is one of the following (style - corresponding theme):
business - Silver Theme student - Green Theme home - Sunset Theme accessibility - Blue Theme Changing these files and then reloading the theme allows you to change your desktop background. A bunch of wallpapers are in /usr/share/wallpapers (and can be symlinked to save space).
Quck Hide Asus Easy Menu Steps to hide the Asus Easy Desktop menu through Easy Mode.
Hiding the AsusLauncher:
#1 = Open Terminal: ctrl+alt+t
#2 = Type “konqueror” and hit the “Enter” key.
#3 = Navigate to /usr/share/icewm/ and copy the 'winoptions' file, paste it into the /home/user/.icewm/ folder.
#4 = open the 'winioptions' file in text editor and paste in the lines below right after where it says #(re)install icewm. (fifth line down i think, it could go anywhere in the file otherwise.)
#5 = Save the file
#6= SWITCH OFF
#7= Switch on again!
This allows the AsusLauncher (easydesktop) to be minimised to a tray icon just by clicking on it (It appears next to the shutdown symbol)
Luna The window manager theme is set in /etc/X11/icewm/theme. Themes are available in /usr/share/icewm/themes.
Theme (Menu Bars etc.) Files for each theme live in /usr/share/icewm/themes/Asus<Theme>/ where Theme is Green, Silver, Blue or Sunset. The files appear to be XPM files (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XPM_(image_format)?).
Adding New Items Very simple…
Open up simpleui.rc, copy an entry (preferably one that will be in the same location for laziness' sake) then change the argument to the application exec command, change the title (in your language), then add your icons, and your set to go.
A handy entry is this:
<parcel simplecat=“Favorites” extraargs=”/usr/bin/sudo /usr/bin/kwrite /opt/xandros/share/AsusLauncher/simpleui.rc”
icon="asus_norm.png" selected_icon="asus_hi.png" > <name lang="en">Menu Edit</name>
</parcel>This provides a shortcut to edit simpleui.rc to save a bit of time.
Note that here 'extraargs=”.. ..” ' is used. This seems to process what follows it as if typed into a command line. All references must be from root, as above, i.e. /usr/bin/sudo instead of just sudo. In contrast, some entries use 'shortcut=”.. ..” ', this is for when the application in question has an entry in /usr/share/applications/ . If this is the case the the command to use is 'shortcut=“appname.desktop”'.
Adding Website Links To add a website link to a tab, you simply use the procedure above, the following example links to this website.
<parcel simplecat="Favorites" extraargs="/usr/bin/firefox http://www.eeeuser.com" icon="web_norm.png" selected_icon="web_hi.png" > <name lang="en">Eee User</name> </parcel>Just change the URL and Name to alter it to your requirements.