Adding "Documents Folder" to: "system:/

Thiago Macieira thiago at
Fri Jul 8 00:46:09 BST 2005

James Richard Tyrer wrote:
>I think that there is general agreement that if the "Documents path" is
>not set to $HOME (which is the default) that a link: "Documents Folder"
>should be added to "system:/".

I agree.

>So, how do we do this?
>It appears that what is needed is to have a function that checks to see
>if "Documents" is set to $HOME for the current user and if not: Copies a
>prototype "documents.desktop" file to:
>	$HOME/.kde/share/apps/systemview
>and then uses 'sed' to set the URL correctly.  If "Documents" is set to
>$HOME, then the file should be deleted if it exists.
>This function needs to be called whenever something sets "Documents" in

I don't like this solution. It would be much simpler if it could be 
provided in code.

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