Re: What .dirs do I have to delete to return my kde settings to default?
On Saturday 05 June 2004 07:10 pm, Jerome Werner wrote:
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> Date: Sat, 5 Jun 2004 12:55:35 -0400
> Subject: Re: What .dirs do I have to delete to return my kde settings to
> On Friday 04 June 2004 10:09 pm, Jerome Werner wrote:<br>> I've been having
> unresolved problems with menus in kde (as described in<br>> previous
> messages). I just want to start from scratch without purging kde<br>> and
> redownloading all the kde files (I'm on a modem). How can I do
> this?<br>><br>> Are any kde menu settings found in non user
> folders?<br>><br><br><br>Do you just want to reset the KMenu or all of the
> KDE settings?<br><br>If it's just the KMenu, rename or delete all the
> directories or files named <br>kicker* in ~/.kde/share/config and in
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> What would I do if I wanted to reset all kde settings?
Just rename .kde to .kde.old and you'll get new settings next time you log in.