desktop tools are available in this release. All of the tools can handle Korean
input and output.
Address Manager – Carries out remote
operations and finds information about the systems and users on your network.
This application can speed up such tasks as sending email, logging in remotely,
and setting appointments on someone else's calendar.
Application Manager – Manages the tools
and other software applications available on your system.
Audio Tool – Records, plays, and saves audio
files in AU, AIFF, and WAV format.
Calculator – Mimics the function of a hand-held
Calendar Manager – Manages appointments
and To Do lists. You can use this application to set and distribute appointment
Clock – Displays the current time in analog
or digital format. You can control the display of local time with this application.
Console – Starts a dtterm
terminal emulator as your workspace console window.
File Manager – Displays the files and
folders on your system. You can move, copy, open, and delete files and folders
with this application. You can also use the application to view the contents
of your floppy diskettes and CD-ROM discs.
Find Files – Enables you to search your
system for files or folders that match specific search criteria. Your criteria
might include, for example, the name, location, or the size of a file or
folder you want to find.
Front Panel – Contains controls for access
to applications and utilities on the system. The Front Panel is a centrally-located
window that occupies all workspaces.
Help – Displays searchable help information
Icon Editor – Enables you to create new
icons or modify existing icons.
Image Viewer – Enables you to view, print,
and save the contents of file types such as GIF, TIFF, JPEG, and PostScript.
You can use the Snapshot function of this application to capture a picture
of a window or another part of your screen. The picture is saved as a raster
file in bitmap format.
Mailer – Handles the distribution and receipt
of your electronic mail messages.
Performance Meter – Monitors various aspects
of system performance.
Print Manager – Enables you to submit, view, and cancel
print jobs. This application is the graphical front-end to the print command.
It supports drag-and-drop file transfer operations.
Process Manager – Displays the processes
that are currently running on your workstation. This information enables you
to perform actions on the active processes.
Style Manager – Enables you to customize
some of the visual elements and system device behaviors of your workspace
environment, such as colors and fonts, keyboard, mouse, window, and session
Terminal – Acts as an ASCII character terminal
that you can use to enter UNIX® commands
at a system shell prompt.
Text Editor – Enables you
to create and edit text files. This application is used in CDE tools such
as the Mailer composition window.