Asimov wrote:System setting -> application appearance -> fonts -> a lot to tweaked ...
Tonttu wrote:Well, there are shortcuts to Skype, Firefox and my neighbor wants to clutter her desktop with web links, I guess they are related to Firefox settings, then?
Asimov wrote:Shortcut are always a part of the desktop without regard of the application, when they are on the desktop! If these shortcut are inside a filemanager, some filemanager do not follow standards. In theses case, the setting are made with the preference menu.
Changing setting of "desktop" font must do the job
Do not pay attention to the dialog box. The image was just to show you the look of KControl (kde control center)
Jaws wrote:Sorry, my bad. I assumed everyone that used KDE would switch their desktop to -> Folder View <- as soon as the desktop loaded the first time. I think I do this unconsciously and I'm not even sure what the default is anymore.
Anyway, unlock the Widgets, choose > Desktop Settings from that right click or just click on the Cashew in the upper right hand corner of your desktop and again choose Desktop Settings, (either way will do ). In the dialog that pops up in the -> View -> Layout: drop-down, select -> Folder View, Apply.
Everything I posted before should now work.
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