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Thread: Control keys and automatic startup of programs at login

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    Default Control keys and automatic startup of programs at login

    A while ago, using Leap 42.2, I did a key stroke combination like superkey alt F5, which popped up a small window in the top center of the desktop.
    I cannot duplicate that series of key strokes.
    Clicking on that window opened a "list editor" where you could add programs that you want to start automatically at login.

    What is that list-editor called and how do I open it again?

    Thank you.
    Regards,

    RIH5342

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    Default Re: Control keys and automatic startup of programs at login

    As you say you click, etc., I assume this is done in a GUI login.

    Please can you explain which desktop you use so people can try to reconstruct what you did?
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: Control keys and automatic startup of programs at login

    My bad.

    I'm using KDE.
    Regards,

    RIH5342

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    Default Re: Control keys and automatic startup of programs at login

    Quote Originally Posted by rih5342 View Post
    I'm using KDE.
    I don't know what keys you originally used.

    If I want a program to automatically start on login to KDE, I use:

    Configure Desktop --> Startup and Shutdown --> Autostart
    openSUSE Leap 15.1; KDE Plasma 5;
    testing Leap 15.2Alpha

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