Default values for ~/.kde/share/config/kdeglobals?
philip.rodrigues at chch.ox.ac.uk
Fri Mar 31 20:17:10 BST 2006
> No, you definitely don't want to do that.
> If you want to make local overrides ineffective, just mark the setting in
> question, the group it belongs to or the file it is in as immutable bei
> either adding [$i] after the key (before the = sign), after the group
> brackets or at the file's first line.
> However I do not understand why you want to restrict the settings from
> My initial understanding was that you just want to have better defaults,
> so if you have a suitable kdeglobals in the installation config directory
> and no overrides in the user directories, you should have the new
For the record, this is all documented (somewhat sketchily) in the User
If anyone would like to help turn that into full sentences and make it read
better, please get in touch.
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