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    Default how to get rid of closing windows when click on cashew

    when I leftclick on cashew (the thing on the upper right of desktop to lock and unloch widgets) all windows knees , how can I get rid of this behaviour restoring the freedom to the windows to remain risen??
    manythanx :-) ciao :-) pier

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    Default Re: how to get rid of closing windows when click on cashew

    Left click on the cashew.
    Unlock widgets.
    Left click on the cashew (and your windows are back).

    I rarely use that. To unlock widgets, I right-click on empty space on the desktop. It seems more natural.
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    Default Re: how to get rid of closing windows when click on cashew

    Quote Originally Posted by nrickert View Post
    Left click on the cashew.
    Unlock widgets.
    Left click on the cashew (and your windows are back).
    yes, this I know, but I would like that when I left click on cashew windows don't reduce, is there any way to have this?? why this?? becouse knotes windows if you don't rise them up remain in the yellow icon of knotes and the next time don't rise up again..., so I prefere to don't have this automatic feature...

    Quote Originally Posted by nrickert View Post
    I rarely use that. To unlock widgets, I right-click on empty space on the desktop. It seems more natural.
    me too, but sometimes there isn't free space...

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    Default Re: how to get rid of closing windows when click on cashew

    Well instead of using the cashew just right click the desktop. Don't know wy the cashew cause the windows to minimize but it does. You would have to ask the KDE developers why. If there is a way to stop that it is well buried.

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