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Re: How do I turn off KGet ?



On Tue, 2008-12-16 at 19:52 +0100, Nigel Henry wrote:
> On Tuesday 16 December 2008 18:23, Anne Wilson wrote:
> > On Tuesday 16 December 2008 14:36:47 Linuxguy123 wrote:
> > > Somehow I turned on KGet.  How do I turn it off ?
> >
> > Have you a panel icon?  Just right click on it, and Quit.
> >
> > Anne
> 
> Hi Anne.
> 
> Long time no speaks.
> 
> I always use Kget, as it has resume support. I have it enabled since FC2, and 
> it's in KDE's panel, but doesn't open up on the desktop when logging into 
> KDE, until Fedora 9, where it opens up on the desktop, each time I login.
> 
> Comparing the Kget configure for FC2, and F9, I see that F9 has "Show main 
> window at startup" box checked, but on my FC2 install (where I'm posting 
> from), that box is not checked. The same applies to all Fedora versions up to 
> F8. Quite why anyone when logging in would want Kget's window displaying on 
> the desktop as default is beyond me, as it's only a click on the panel icon 
> to display Kget on the desktop.
> 
> Anyway, just unchecking the "Show main window at startup" box in Kget's 
> configure has stopped Kget's main window being displayed on F9's desktop, 
> each time I bootup.


I wanted to disable Kget from running in Konqueror.  

I did this by right clicking the icon in my panel and selecting
Configure.  Then I selected Advanced and unselected "Use as download
manager for Konqueror."

Now konqueror downloads my itself, which is what I wanted. 

Thanks for the help. 




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