I have a Miniprogram “Akkuüberwachung” (battery widget) for monitoring battery and screen brigtness in the top left corner of my Desktop which by accident seems to be located there. The strange thing of this widget is that I am not able to remove or move it.
The miniprograms are not locked, all other miniprograms and the Dashboard behave normal.
Does anybody know, what I could do to remove it?
Does anybody know, where miniprograms configuration is stored, so maybe I can edit the settings file?
What distro (eg openSUSE 13.1)
What Desktop (eg KDE)
Where did you install this “widget” from? From an approved list of widgets from the Desktop, did you compile from source, something else?
If I were to guess, this isn’t likely an approved Desktop widget that would install/remove using the Desktop tools, it may be an app that embeds in the Desktop, and the default location for all apps when installed is 0:0 which is the top left corner. If you can modify the properties(config file?) of the app, you can modify the position of the app by changing the x and y values of its placement.
Cause I did not need the battery widget, I disabled it:
With a right mouse click on the triangular icon (hidden icons) I can open the settings for the systems part of the KDE control panel. Then unlock widgets and disable the battery widget (Akkuüberwachung) .