frmrick at aapt.net.au
Mon Mar 20 18:56:01 GMT 2006
I would expect an option like that would be part of the kweather package.
Personal settings and configurations reside in ~/.kde not the software
Did you install kweather from a slackpack? If you did, open up the slackpack
and check out where all the files go using ark or by untarring into a clean
directory. Then you can compare with what's in your box.
Also how recent is your kweather?
Bill Wells is a darn nice person I don't care what anybody says!
> I recently had to reinstall KDE on my Slackware 10-2 box because of some
> serious problems I had generated. I saved the .kde directory from my home
> directory to preserve e-mail and bookmarks only. I used the Slackware
> pkgtool utility to remove kde. I rebooted to hopefully lose any artifacts.
> Then after rebooting, installed kde from the Slackware distribution using
> When I installed the kweather applet, the option to enter locations by icao
> codes was not present. I know it was there and I had used it in the
> previous incarnation of kde from the same source.
> I am sure it is something minor that I am missing but after 3 weeks of
> poking, prodding, googling querying friends and relatives, I have not
> discovered the solution to my dilemma.
> Bill Wells
> Slackware 10-2
> KDE 3.4.2 (from distro iso)
> AMD Athlon
> 256 Mb Mem
> Asus A7M266 MB
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