I am using KDE and the default install of openSUSE 13.1.
I like the fact that the default bottom panel has shortcuts to both Firefox and Dolphin. Screenshot below.
But, how do I edit that part of KDE? What is that part even called?
When I right click on the Firefox icon it refers to both Remove This Launcher and the Task Manager (shown above). When I open Task Manager there is no reference back to the Firefox or **Dolphin **shortcut. It’s almost like those two shortcuts are placed there with no way to modify the shortcuts or add more shortcuts to that section of KDE.
And, if I do Remove This Launcher how would I go about adding the Launcher back? I looked at the widgets and the only launcher I found to be in use is the launcher called Application Launcher Menu (which I assume is the chameleon and not the launcher referred to in Remove This Launcher). See screenshot below,
I am aware that I can add an icon to the panel but this adds a larger icon and it puts it to the right side as shown below,
I would like to add more icons where the firefox and file manager icon currently reside. But I am unable to figure out how to access that part of KDE.
What makes me so stupid with KDE? What am I missing?
Thank you for your help.