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[opensuse] Question: Leap 42 and Icon in Taskbar
I just updated by test installation of Leap to the very latest whoopsies
and found that 'ksnapshot' has been replaced by 'spectacle'. Fine, I
knew about this change so 'No worries, mate'.

I had 'ksnapshot' as an icon in the QuickLaunch section of the Taskbar
-- but now that 'ksnapshot' has been replaced and removed from the
system I still have the icon for 'ksnapshot' in the QuickLauch section
of the Taskbar. But, of course, it no longer launches 'ksnapshot' and so
I don't need the damn thing.

But I cannot remove this icon for 'ksnapshot'.

In openSUSE 13.2 it is simply a matter of right-clicking on the icon,
selecting 'icon settings' and clicking on 'remove icon' or some such words.

But not in Leap 42. Oh no. Jumping around the room with a dead chicken
being swung over one's head doesn't remove the icon either :'( .

Does anyone know, please, how to remove the icon -- or any icon for that
matter! -- from the Taskbar?


PS Ignore the Signature line below: this message actually written using
Leap 42.

Using openSUSE 13.2, KDE 4.14.9 & kernel 4.4.0-2 on a system with-
AMD FX 8-core 3.6/4.2GHz processor
16GB PC14900/1866MHz Quad Channel RAM
Gigabyte AMD3+ m/board; Gigabyte nVidia GTX660 GPU

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