Where is the Kontact address book in 4.2?
rcdawson at att.net
Thu Aug 13 04:55:28 BST 2009
On Sunday 09 August 2009 17:20:03 Steven P. Ulrick wrote:
> > I am just looking at KDE 4.2, as provided in Mandriva 2009.1
> (spring). In the
> > old Konctact that I have used for the past several years the left
> panel of
> > Kontact included a choice for "contacts" which opened the address
> book. I
> > don't see any trace of an address book in the Kontact with 4.2. The
> > documentation talks about KDE 4 integrating Personal Information
> > across applications....
> > How does one access the addressbook, whatever it might be called?
> Settings | Configure Kontact | Contacts
> After arriving at that location, check the only box that you will find:
> "Enable Contacts"
> This is on Kontact 1.4.4 and KDE 4.2.4
> As an experiment, I unchecked the "Enable Contacts" box and clicked
> "OK" The result was that my "Contacts" icon disappeared from the left
> panel. I checked the box again and clicked "OK" and it came back...
> Steven P. Ulrick
My version is KDE 4.2.2, as supplied with Mandriva 2009.1. There is
no "Contacts" under Settings|Configure Kontact. There are only Kontact,
Summary, Mail, and Usenet
Ah, but installing Kaddressbook solved the problem!
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