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Thread: System Settings

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    Default System Settings

    I am dieing to get rid of the infernal bouncing cursor. In KDE 4 where do I find System Settings or KControl?

    Or has this config item been moved elsewhere?

    Simon

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    Default Re: System Settings

    on the first page of the kde menu -> configure desktop, somewhere there is a setting to enable or disable application launchg feedback.. i think .. :-s

    king regards,
    Wernher

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    Default Re: System Settings

    Thanks very much.

    Rather new to linux and very new to KDE (used gnome before)... so:

    Another quick one if I can... If I want to use an older version of KDE and stop using v4 do I need to reinstall or is there an easier way?

    TIA,
    Simon

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    Default Re: System Settings

    YaST - software management. select patterns from the top-left drop-down menu,then scroll down to kde,select & accept & away you go. once installed,select it from the sessions menu at the log-in screen

    Andy
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    SuSE user since 7.0,Linux user since 1994

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    Default Re: System Settings

    add the kde3.4.9 repositories (if they aren't added allready) through yast -> software -> add-on products. you can then install it by opening install software from yast. use the patterns filter (drop down menu filter) and select the kde3 desktop thingies, you can leave 4 installed. when you log in you can change the session to kde3

    kind regards,
    Wernher

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