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Thread: How to modify script of the "sysinfo:"

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    Default How to modify script of the "sysinfo:"

    I deleted the document folder and then I create a new one and change the name, but the Document link cannot go to my new folder.
    I think it can be done by modify the document, while I can't find the document.
    Would someone can help me?

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    Default Re: How to modify script of the "sysinfo:"

    Which desktop environment are you referring to? Which link? Without that information its just guessing games.

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    Default Re: How to modify script of the "sysinfo:"

    As long as ~/Documents exists, then 'sysinfo:/' should find it.

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    Default Re: How to modify script of the "sysinfo:"

    If in KDE4 you have to set the new document folder in System Settings>Account Details>Paths. You can also change other default KDE paths there.

    I frequently use it to change the desktop default name in Portuguese, "Área de Trabalho", to a shorter "Desktop".

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