I installed KDE 4.2 from the Factory repos last night on my laptop, and
noticed some package updates, so I updated my current installation on my
desktop pc, as well. I thought that everything was great, and I was
especially glad to see that there were kde4-konversation and
panel-spacer plasmoid packages included. Woo!
…then I rebooted.
I noticed at first that all of my application launchers on the panel
(not other widgets, just the applications I dragged from kickoff to the
panel) were white, useless icons. I figured it was just something weird
from the update, so I removed them and set it back up with the correct
application launchers. Annoying, but at least it was fixed.
…or so I thought.
After rebooting again later, I noticed that all of the white launchers
were back, mixed in with the ones I’d just added. What’s more, I had
changed my desktop from the Default Desktop setting to Folder View mode.
That reverted, as well. I changed my wallpaper, and that reverted. I
removed the networkmanager-kde4 panel widget, and it’s back again. It
seems that anything I add to my desktop makes its way into a permanent
change, but anything I remove or change does not. This affects both my
desktop pc and my laptop.
This is a very serious annoyance :|. Any suggestions?
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