On 02 October 2008 22:23:57 Sandro Steger wrote: > On 02 October 2008 20:54:00 Craig White wrote: > > On Thu, 2008-10-02 at 20:42 +0200, Sandro Steger wrote: > > > On 02 October 2008 19:57:23 Rex Dieter wrote: > > > > Sandro Steger wrote: > > > > > Hello fellow fedora users, > > > > > > > > > > for some reason I can't set the Desktop background using the > > > > > "Configure Desktop ..." tool from the Desktop Context Menu. It > > > > > doesn't work with the Control Panel as well (Well, basically it's > > > > > the same dialog). > > > > > > > > Odd, unfortunately I can't reproduce that, seems to work as > > > > advertised for me (I don't usually set/use background images, or > > > > change colors often). > > > > > > > > -- Rex > > > > > > Same, that's why it took me a while to notice. > > > > > > I suspect a corrupted config file to be the cause. > > > Is there a command to get kde to reload all user settings without > > > relogging in? That would make it a lot easier and faster to find the > > > cause. > > > > ---- > > No - log out > > press <Control><Alt><F1> > > log in as your normal user in the virtual console > > type 'mv .kde .kde-bak' > > type 'exit' > > press <Control><Alt><F7> > > login as usual, your settings will be back to the beginning and all of > > your old data/settings are in your $HOME/.kde-bak > > > > Craig > > Thank you for your help, but I planned to evade that (the reason for my > previous question). > > Anyway, I found the cause and it indeed seems like a bug. > > Explanation: > Konqueror breaks the configuration (located at > ~/.kde/share/config/kdesktoprc) when using the "Set as background" function > in some conditions. > > The solution: > Konqueror adds a part starting like [Desktop0Screen0] in > ~/.kde/share/config/kdesktoprc > Removing that part does the trick. > > Can someone confirm this? If yes, I'm gonna file a bugreport on the kde > bugzilla or the mailinglist. > > Greetings, > > Sandro I was a bit overhasty, please excuse that. The real solution is removing the DrawBackgroundPerScreen_*=true lines in [Background Common]. [Desktop0Screen0] does it's share to it as well, but deleting the lines noted above seems to be enough. I assume [Desktop0Screen0] contains the settings for "overdrawing" the regular screen and does nothing if the line above hasn't been specified. Greetings, Sandro
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