1) the key needed to get to the accounts screen after configuration is super-d or windows-d for those that don't know what super key is in Linux. That is the equivalent of the done button. It may be necessary to hit super-c to change the default configuration and actually write a configuration file to your home directory too before hitting super-d. I'm still researching that one. The man page doesn't describe what files centerim creates to support operation but I'll find that one out too.