How to change the properties of the "icons" in the panel?
Brian T. Schellenberger
bts at babbleon.org
Wed Jan 15 14:51:15 GMT 2003
Thanks! That works.
More than a bit obscure --
The file, btw, for me, is called quicklauncher_apunwfabszojy5o361m_rc
rather than lanucher*, and the file it points to is
which means that I had to have root edit it for me (well, that is, I had
to switch over to root to edit it), which all seems a little "user
hostile" to me, but it *did* work.
I'll try to poke around the "wish list" and see if a request for a more
user-friendly means to accomplish this is already present and, if not,
enter one myself.
On Wednesday 15 January 2003 09:18 am, Johnny Ernst Nielsen wrote:
| Good day Brian,
| > Recently it was pointed out that the way to get kmail to
| > automatically check the mail when it started up was to add --check
| > to the kmail command.
| > Ok, that's cool.
| > If I launched it from the command line, I'd make an alias.
| > And if I launched it from the desktop, I'd right-click on it and
| > change the properties.
| > But in actual point of fact I normally launch it from the
| > "mini-icons" that are on the left side of the panel. If I try to
| > right-click on them, I get "Add Application" and "Remove" as my
| > choices. How do I change the properties of an icon that is there?
| You edit the desktop file associated with the mini-icon you want to
| In $HOME/.kde/share/config you will find a file called
| launcher_panelapplet_<some obscure number>_rc
| That file lists the desktop files that are used to start the
| applications in your mini-icon list.
| See what desktop file starts your kmail, and edit that file to your
| Best regards :o)
| Johnny :o)
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