Global toolbar settings
tanghus at gmail.com
Sun Nov 22 00:14:43 GMT 2009
On Sunday 22 November 2009 00:45:17 Duncan wrote:
> Thomas Olsen posted on Sat, 21 Nov 2009 21:56:08 +0100 as excerpted:
> > Isn't there a place where you globally can set toolbars to only show
> > icons? I thought I saw it a while ago but darned I cannot find it now.
> You don't mention what kde version, but here on 4.3.3, that's in "the
> application formerly known as kcontrol" (aka a rather generic system
> settings), under look and feel, appearance, style. On the fine tuning
> tab (possibly dependent on the style chosen, I don't know), text position
> of toolbar elements.
> I have mine set icons only, too. If I need to know what it does, I can
> always hover over it and get the tooltip. And I like icons on buttons as
> well, tho they keep the text. Buttons with no icons are boring. =:^)
There it was. Thank you so very much. I was getting quite annoyed of adjusting
every single toolbar in my newly installed Kubuntu 9.10 - and yes also 4.3.3
and I got the same settings as you. I like icons :-)
Best Regards / Med venlig hilsen
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