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    Default Screen Icon arrangement and downloaded picture permissions

    Hello,

    Hopefully these two issues fall into the category of install setup... I am running Suse 42.2.

    Often, but not always, when I boot the system up the screen icons get reorganized/shuffled. Sometimes it is just some, other times all the icons. How do I get the system to leave the screen icons where I place them??? I prefer not to lock them, since that precludes me from moving them when I want to (without going in, unlocking, shifting, and then relocking). Not sure if this is a new 'feature' of 42.2, but I hope it is merely a settings error on my part.

    When I download pictures they have permissions set at read, which pretty much precludes me from editing them. I understand I can go to every picture, edit permissions, and then edit the picture, but that is a real pain. Is there some place I can alter the permissions for files/users to have both read/write permissions?

    GUI approach preferred to console, since I am no linux guru.......

    thanks and regards -- Roger

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    Default Re: Screen Icon arrangement and downloaded picture permissions

    You seem to use a Desktop Environment, but you fail to explain which one.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: Screen Icon arrangement and downloaded picture permissions

    Hello,

    Desktop is KDE

    regards -- Roger

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    Default Re: Screen Icon arrangement and downloaded picture permissions

    Posted question on the KDE forum.

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