Re: Konqueror's Places menu insisting on showing all entries
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- Subject: Re: Konqueror's Places menu insisting on showing all entries
- From: Duncan <1i5t5.duncan@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 14 Dec 2011 10:54:57 +0000 (UTC)
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Dotan Cohen posted on Wed, 14 Dec 2011 09:46:57 +0200 as excerpted:
> Every time I open Konqueror the Places "Show all Entries" checkmark is
> checked. I uncheck it, close Konqueror (from either the X in the window
> chrome or the File -> Quit menu item), then reopen it to find the
> checkmark checked again (and all the unwanted entries showing). I tried
> to disable preloaded instances because I figured that it might be
> interfering with the setting being saved, alas it did not help. In
> Dolphin the Places menu works as expected: unchecking "Show all Entries"
> persists. The problem only manifests in Konqueror.
> Oddity: The "Show all Entries" checkmark returns to the unchecked state
> as soon as I move to a different folder! That means that I open
> Konqueror, and all the entries are shown. I then click on any folder
> (either in the Places menu or in the main window) and as Konqueror moves
> to the new folder, the unwanted Places items disappear! So obviously
> Konqueror is checking this setting whenever it enters a folder, but it
> is not performing this check when first starting the application.
Are you missing sleep again? =:^) IIRC that's what you blamed for
forgetting to mention the kde version last time. (Why do I remember the
reason you gave in the followup, but not the version you mentioned in the
same mail!? Sadly, my brain must not be Spock-like enough. <sigh> Of
course, "Logic dictates that I ask anyway, even if I did remember it or
look it up, as you might have upgraded since then." ...)
Meanwhile, I see the same behavior here (on kde-4.7.90 aka 4.8-beta2),
except that since I have dolphin set as the default file manager, I can't
easily check what it does when moving to a dir other than the initial dir,
since that opens a dolphin window instead.
Duncan - List replies preferred. No HTML msgs.
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