[PATCH] "Show only important text" mode for toolbars
michaelnottebrock at gmx.net
Wed Sep 22 17:19:49 BST 2004
On Wednesday 22 September 2004 18:01, Michael Nottebrock wrote:
> On Wednesday 22 September 2004 17:17, Benjamin Meyer wrote:
> > > Too bad indeed, but maybe a global switch in kcontrol somewhere would
> > > be feasible? I think it would be awesome for new kde users...
> > Been in KDE for a while.
> > In KControl goto Appearance & Themes / Style / Miscellaneous* / Then
> > change the Text Position to text under icons
> Ah, stupid me, I browsed over that tab several times without seeing it.
> Hmm, the setting doesn't seem to apply to applications where I previously
> played with the toolbar settings directly (namely Konqueror and
> Kontact/KMail). I'd like to start over fresh with all apps doing text under
> icons and then customizing, how can I do that?
Racing ahead of myself, I started with customizing Konqueror's toolbars and
found I can't get rid of any of the extra toolbars installed by konq-plugins.
Removing actions from them is ignored and the extra toolbars themselves can't
be globally disabled. Known bug?
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