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    amiller2571 NNTP User

    Default KBFX

    I have just installed KBFX. And I am trying to figure out how to add it to the panel. I have google around and every one said to click kickoff and click add applet. But I can not find anywhere the option "add applet". Can anyone tell me how to add KBFX to the panel?

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    Default Re: KBFX

    Depends on kde3 or kde4?

    Remember the desktop/Panel need to be unlocked.
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    amiller2571 NNTP User

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    It is KDE 4.1.3 It is unlock. I tried looking in the widgets but it does not show up there.

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    Default Re: KBFX

    Quote Originally Posted by amiller2571 View Post
    It is KDE 4.1.3 It is unlock. I tried looking in the widgets but it does not show up there.
    That is not unusual. I take it you mean in the Start menu too??
    In which case...

    You need to use menu editor to add an entry.
    Right click start button - edit menu

    Decide where you want it and add New Item
    Fill in the Name and the only other part needed really is Command

    I don't use this app. The command to start it from a terminal, whatever that is, will do.

    You can change the icon too.

    You can find info on the app and it's files from Software Management
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