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    Default create folder on desktop

    how come when i right click on an open space on the desktop there isnt an option to create a folder??

    i also cant copy and paste a file and/or folder from a cd to my desktop. no options for that either on a right click?

    wheres the options on kde4 suse 11?

    thanks

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    Default Re: create folder on desktop

    since it is plasma you can't add desktop folders in kde4
    depending on which version of kde4 your running you can add a widget that shows folders etc..... and create them

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    Default Re: create folder on desktop

    version kde4.0.4 >=20080505 release 15.1.

    i took at look at the widgets, not sure what to add but didnt see anything that resembles a folder.

    so i guess i cant copy and paste either?

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    Default Re: create folder on desktop

    Go to Dolphin in your /home find Desktop open it right click in there you'll get to create a "new folder" in there. Then from the /home/Desktop drag & drop your "new folder" to the desktop.
    If all has gone well you'll have "new folder" in both you/home/Desktop & on the desktop you look at all the time.
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    Default Re: create folder on desktop

    Quote Originally Posted by diablo1 View Post
    version kde4.0.4 >=20080505 release 15.1.

    i took at look at the widgets, not sure what to add but didnt see anything that resembles a folder.

    so i guess i cant copy and paste either?
    that version of kde4 doesn't have the folder veiw have to have 4.1 beta 2 if im not mistaken
    take a look at this months screenshot thread and you will see what i mean

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