You can change the layout and contents of the subpanels and change the contents of the main panel by:
Adding controls to subpanels
Interchanging Main Panel and subpanel controls
Adding and deleting workspaces
Other customization options require that you create or edit a Front Panel configuration file. These are explained in Solaris Common Desktop Environment: Advanced User's and System Administrator's Guide.
Choose Promote to Main Panel from the control's pop-up menu.
You can add any type of File Manager or Application Manager icon to the Front Panel. However, the most convenient use for this feature is adding application icons.
Display the subpanel to which the object is to be added.
Drag the object to the Install Icon control and drop it on the control.
File - The same behavior as the file's icon in File Manager
Folder - Opens a File Manager view of the folder
Application group - Opens an Application Manager view of the application group
Application icon - The same behavior as the application's icon in File Manager or Application Manager
Any control in the Main Panel can have a subpanel.
Choose Add Subpanel from the control's pop-up menu.
Choose Delete Subpanel from the control's pop-up menu.
Display the new subpanel.
If the control you want to put in the Main Panel is not already in the subpanel, add it to the subpanel.
Choose Copy to Main Panel from the subpanel control's pop-up menu.
Open Application Manager and double-click the Desktop_Controls application group icon.
Double-click Restore Front Panel.
The Install Icon control
The Front Panel's pop-up menus