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Newbie in KDE Mint

Postby magnastik on Thu Mar 05, 2009 7:26 am

Hi!

I've just installed Mint KDE and i would like to know ho to costumize a few settings.

1st) When i'm copying files from another PC/Drive shows up the widget with the file transfer progress but than disapears. I would that it would be visible all the time.

2nd) When i've various copying instances they get stuck one over the others and i can't remove them.

3rd) How can i view the files and folder on desktop (like in Gnome)?

4th) IS there a list of keyboard shortcuts to help use mint kde, like CTRL+ALT+L (Lock screen) or CTRL+ALT+D (Show Desktop)

Thank you,
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Re: Newbie in KDE Mint

Postby Husse on Sun Mar 08, 2009 8:18 am

To be able to answer you at all we need to know which version of Mint KDE you installed
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Re: Newbie in KDE Mint

Postby rec9140 on Wed Mar 11, 2009 12:30 pm

magnastik wrote:1st) When i'm copying files from another PC/Drive shows up the widget with the file transfer progress but than disapears. I would that it would be visible all the time.


If its small, it will appear and then disappear quicker than you can get to the box to check the box that says keep open.

There I am sure is a spot to keep this open, I don't use it so I am not sure where to point. If you copy a big enough file check the box, and that should be the default form then on.

magnastik wrote:2nd) When i've various copying instances they get stuck one over the others and i can't remove them.


You will need to explain better what the problem is as I don't understand at this point.

magnastik wrote:3rd) How can i view the files and folder on desktop (like in Gnome)?


Never touch gnome, so I don't know what gnome does.

If you want to view files, folders and etc... Hit the PC icon on the taskbar and then select either "home folder" to see what is in your home folder for the current user. Select storage to look at other hard disks, flash drives, etc that are connected to the local system. Select network storage for items like a NAS or Samba shares. This will open a Konqueror window for your to see files and folders.

magnastik wrote:4th) IS there a list of keyboard shortcuts to help use mint kde, like CTRL+ALT+L (Lock screen) or CTRL+ALT+D (Show Desktop)


http://developer.kde.org/documentation/ ... tcuts.html

http://wiki.kde.org/tiki-index.php?page ... +Shortcuts

Also:

Kmenu (the BLUE LM logo) then System Settings then under Regional & Accessibility then Keyboard Shortcuts will give a list of the defined shortcuts.
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