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 kooldock

 
 by kde08 on: Feb 25 2007
 
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i get this error when i try to launch aneything from kooldock can you help.
The program name or command /home/msaxpom/.kde/share/apps/kooldock/menu/00_ internet.desktop cannot be found. Please correct the command or URL and try again


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 Re: kooldock

 
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Did you ever find a solution to this? I recently installed kooldock on Fluxbox and I am also having the same problem.

Please let me know. Thanks


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 Re: kooldock

 
 by stoiczek on: May 18 2008
 
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Hi.
I think, this might be usefull:

"First, i went to Synaptic Package Manager and Completely Uninstalled kooldock.

Then, i issued the following commands in a terminal:


sudo apt-get install build-essential xlibs-dev libqt3-mt-dev


sudo apt-get install libqt3-compat-headers kdelibs4-dev kdebase-dev

Then after this, i went back to Synaptic Package Manager and installed kooldock again...I hope this helps."

Taken from:
http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-369353.html

Hope this hepls.


Tadeusz Kozak
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 Mac OS-style bar

 
 by HATRED on: Feb 25 2007
 
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Does someone know how to scale the tray icons int the menu bar. They are found in default KDE Mac OS-style menu bar, but they are not scaled, please tell me how to. I changed their resolution but nothing.
Thanx a lot


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 Re: Mac OS-style bar

 
 by cyrtainne on: Mar 18 2007
 
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Why scale them? Make them disappear like Windows does. Configure system tray, and select the icons you wish to hide when not in use.


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 Re: Re: Mac OS-style

 
 by cyrtainne on: Mar 18 2007
 
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I know i'm replying to my own post, but I just thought of something - if you want the icons scaled down, you need to scale down the size of the bar at the top or bottom of the screen. Right-click on the bar you wish to change and select configure, then adjust the size. The icons will scale to the size of the bar. Hope all of this helps.


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 REMOVE "UPDATED" ?

 
 by connedy on: Feb 27 2007
 
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Does anyone can tell me, how I remove the "updated" from my content ?

(I moved some files to another category, but forgot to uncheck "Announce Update on homepage")

There's no change to the files, so the "updated" is simply not right and aggravating for other users ...


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 superkaramba help

 
 by lemmy04 on: Mar 5 2007
 
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Where does superkaramba save its theme positions? after playing around with beryl for a bit, spuerkaramba shows its my used themes as running, but i cant see them. when i add them again, i see them but superkaramba shows "2 running" for each of them...


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 Re: superkaramba he

 
 by johngreenwood on: Mar 5 2007
 
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Superkaramba saves theme positions in:

~/.superkaramba


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 Re: Re: superkaramba he

 
 by lemmy04 on: Mar 7 2007
 
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thank you very much!


now kill me if i know why i was not able to find that by typing cd ~/.super and hitting tab in bash...

bye,
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 Finding the widget

 
 by boralyl on: Mar 7 2007
 
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Try left clicking and dragging your mouse. You may find a square/rectangle that won't be selected. That is where your widget is. I had a problem b/c my main panel is at the top of my screen instead of the bottom and widgets were being initialized to startat the top left of the screen, so even left clicking and dragging my mouse didn't reveal them. Look in the home/user/.superkaramba directory for the name of the widget.rc. Open this up and it will give you the coordinates of the widget's location.


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 Login screen has gon

 
 by b0ng0 on: Mar 9 2007
 
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I installed a theme using KDM and it appears to have overwritten the original. I am using Kubuntu Edgy 6.10.

Does anyone know how I can get the original back, or send me theirs?

Thanks


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 Re: Login screen has

 
 by cyrtainne on: Mar 18 2007
 
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Hopefully I'm correct on this, but I believe the setup program for changing the login theme is actually at the login screen itself under 'system', you select it, and it asks for the root password, then gives a selection.


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