Re: newsreader KNote??
- From: Malke <notreally@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 03 Apr 2006 11:10:09 -0700
In message <xJqdnSBzYbSy26zZnZ2dnUVZ_tednZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxx>, Malke
I tried Linux now for the first time after 15 years or so, so
be patient with me :-).
I played a little with some settings in the newsreader KNote and I
messed up the default settings ( I guess ) I can't find how to set
it back to the default settings, I even thought of removing or un
installing KNote using Software Manager but a search for KNote find
nothing here?? How do I get the default settings back?
Am I right that the layout of this newsreader is the same a KMail?
I like to have one page with several fields where I can see the
newsgroups; the message headers and the opened message.
Now I have one windows for each of these things, which is very
You're not finding the application because its name is KNode, not
Tjzz, I really need a new pair of glasses.
Your user settings for KNode can be found in your /home directory.
Open a Konqueror window and under View click "Show Hidden Files".
You'll now be able to see the .kde folder. Inside that, open
Share/apps/knode. As far as setting things back to default, someone
will definitely correct me if I'm wrong, but you could just delete
that knode folder and log out of KDE. Log back in again and see if
the folder was recreated.
I am downloading now, when it is finished I try that, but I don't
understand why I can't see a simple option to change the layout.
Could be that pair of classes problem again.
I think I know what has happened, but I'm not sure how to describe this
to you. OK, I've got my various news servers and newsgroups running
along the left side. Then on the right side the list of messages are on
the top half with the selected message on the bottom half.
Those are actually three separate windows that you can move around and
"rejoin" to each other. At the right side of each "window" is a tiny
arrow and "x". The arrow detaches the window from the others. The x
closes the window, although why you'd want to do that is beyond me. You
can play around with detaching, moving stuff around, and attaching the
Is this what you mean?
It is very dark. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.
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