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The bar with the icons at the bottom of the screen is called the "iBar",
and looks much like the dock in MacOS X. As you mouse over the icons they
"zoom" and display the icon name.
Of course, this isn't MacOS X so you don't have nice neat application
bundles that magically look like an icon for dragging and dropping around.
Instead adding application icons is done using the configuration settings.
You can't drag document icons to the doc either. As a bonus, that crashes
the desktop. Woops.
The small groups of icons in the upper left and upper right are called
"Shelves". Various "Gadgets" can be added or removed from each one also
using configuration settings.
Sooo.. to change the format of the clock I have to type in a string
such as %a %l;%M %p and consult strftime(3) for the format syntax?!?! I
dare you to explain that to my dear old aged mother.
Of course the gOS Enlightenment desktop environment has themes! And
in any color as long as it is green!