... I managed to adapt everything, bottons, window decorations, sliders,
etc. to something I want it to look like (which is basically the Mac
Aqua theme, btw.), except three things:
1. That darn green ugly SuSE beast of the K menu. How can I replace this
icon with something more attractive?
2. That ugly dragon I am presented with in the logout requester?
3. I need an Aqua theme for Mozilla. The only two Aqua themes I found
for Mozilla are either for Mozilla 1.0 or 0.9 or something that doesn't
work anymore with a more recent Mozilla or for the Mac version of
Mozilla. Both are no options with Mozilla 1.5 being the current stable
version on Linux/Intel machines of course.
relevant System info: SuSE 9.0, KDE 3.1.4, updated thru YOU
I'd very much appreciate it if anyone can help me with this. So, thanks
very much in advance. :-)
I have a recurring problem with some Gnome programs running in KDE (such as Galeon and Grip). It seems that if they crash, my PC freezes up, and every subsequent time that I log on with the same username.
I am inexperienced with Linux, and so my my only remedy has been to delete the username and set up a new username for myself. This is tedious, since I have
to save and move all of my files, then change the
permissions to the new user.
The problem seems to be that there are some runaway programs are trying to initiate in the background.
Is there any way around this? Can I edit the user profile to not initiate these programs?
Any help would be appreciated.
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How can I backup the mails received by kmail? I know that is storage in the
directory Mail, but if I create subdirectories in any directory its content
is lost or I don't know how to recover. What is the correct procedure to do
I am running suse 9.0 and the KDE that came with it (3.2??), on a
gateway 600xl (15.7' lcd screen) that I run at 1280x1024 or 1024x768.
The problem is the screen seems to split. I didn't really notice it till
I tried to place a SKaramba applet in the corner. I went control center
and noticed that the wallpapers (tried many different sizes and pictures
, both png and jpg) were split, also tried all of the different
settings (centered, tiled etc..) and didn't seem to matter. Changing
grdient didn't seem to affect it either. I searched the internet and
only came up with one hit and it mentioned it MIGHT be an XFree86
problem, but no real answer..
Any help would be deeply appreciated
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I seem to remember that under older versions of KDE there was a way to assign
a hotkey to an application so that, for instance, typing Alt-E would summon
the Emacs editor. However, I can't find any way of making such an assignment
under KDE 3.1. Is it still there -- and if so, where?
In the KDE Control Center there's a facility, it appears, for assigning
modifiers to keys such as the Win key. You get to it via Regional and
Accessibility / Keyboard Shortcuts / Modifier Keys. That screen has a panel
entitled "X Modifier Map", which says which modifiers are associated with the
various shift keys.
The problem I have is that I can't figure out how to change the settings in
the Modifier Map table. Clicking on it highlights a row, but nothing I type
seems to have any effect on the table. What I'd like to do is to make the
left Windows key be a Super shift and the right Windows key be a Hyper shift.
Does anyone know how I can do that?
I have a problem with SuSE 9.0 installation of KDE 3.1.4. When I try to change
file associations, I cannot save the changes. E.g. I switch around
application preference order, click on Apply, click on OK. But, it doesn't
really save the change. When I come back to file associations settings (or I
just try opening a file by double clicking on it), the preference order is as
it was before I changed it. Also, adding/removing doesn't work. Changes in
embedding work fine.
Oh yes, I just tried to do it with root, and it worked fine. But, it wouldn't
change anything with a regular user. Where is this information stored?
I couldn't find it in ~/.kde (and I looked, seems like, in every file.. but
none of them stores name of applications used to run a file).
If I can't get it to work this way, I may as well just edit the config files,
if I can find them :)
Thanks in advance for any suggestions,
I am trying to draw something in Kivio and I do not seem to have any stencils
at all. If I read the doc correctly, I should at least have the basic flow
chart stencils, but no matter what I do I cannot seem to load them. Are there
supposed to be any stencils? If so, any help on loading them would be greatly
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Is there any way to access a floppy with Konq., take the floppy out, put in
another, and have it see the "new" floppy without unmounting and remounting?
For someone who HAS to view a lot of floppies, as a client of mine does, it's
a real pain in the butt!!! "DeadRat" seems to have solved this problem in
their last release, but I don't know what the setup is.
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