Every Restart Removed Program Back In Panel

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Every Restart Removed Program Back In Panel

Postby outfieldgrass on Sun Feb 12, 2012 11:54 pm

I've removed Dolphin from the bottom panel and after each time I start up my laptop its back in the panel. Not a huge deal but it gets annoying. How do I remove the program from the panel for good?

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Re: Every Restart Removed Program Back In Panel

Postby Jawz on Mon May 07, 2012 10:10 pm

I think it has something to do with the plasma-desktop-appletsrc in your home folder, but I could be wrong.

I'm not a Guru, but if you are brave enough...
...try something:

make a folder in your home directory called backup (or whatever)
...then we need to copy the files, just in-case...

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cp /home/{[u]yourusername[/u]}/.kde/share/config/plasma-desktop-appletsrc /home/{[u]yourusername[/u]}/backup/


then remove the lines from that file in the /home/~/.kde/share/config/ :

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[Containments][3][Applets][6][Configuration]
LastFreeSize=32,48
Url=file:///usr/share/applications/kde4/dolphin.desktop


if it doesn't work, on reboot, check if it put those lines back...
if it did, then we are on to something, then try changing:

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[Containments][3][Applets][8][Configuration]
DefaultAppletsAdded=true


-- to --

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[Containments][3][Applets][8][Configuration]
DefaultAppletsAdded=false


if it didn't work, cp the file from the backup directory in your home and overwrite the other one...
...and forget I said anything.

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