Virtually Invisible Panel Clock
rdieter at math.unl.edu
Sat Jun 1 18:41:55 BST 2013
> Felix Miata posted on Fri, 31 May 2013 04:51:47 -0400 as excerpted:
>>> Try to do a right-click on the clock, I have an option "settings for
>>> digital clock". Here I can change the color of the font , if the font
>>> should have a shadow and in which color.
>> I'm not interested in fixing it for each and every new user. I want
>> idiotic default invisibility avoided somehow, like it used to be, black
>> text on whatever light background color, or white text on whatever dark
>> background color. I need to find out what's responsible for the insanity
>> before I can chose whether and where to file a bug about it.
> While I agree filing a bug is appropriate, there's a way to set site
> defaults as well, so you don't have to do it per-user, only per site.
> With some exceptions there's multiple locations possible for each config
> file, the user's location in $KDEHOME (defaulting to $HOME/.kde as
> shipped by kde, some distros change that to ~/.kde4), and various system
> config locations as listed in $KDEDIRS
Unfortunately, config overrides do not work for plasma stuff in general. It
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