On Friday 03 April 2009 20:09:06 Patrick O'Callaghan wrote: > On Fri, 2009-04-03 at 14:25 +0100, Anne Wilson wrote: > > On Friday 03 April 2009 12:22:44 Timothy Murphy wrote: > > > I asked some time ago why there is no Safely Remove option > > > in Dolphin on my Fedora-10/KDE system, > > > which I can click on before removing a USB stick. > > > > > > I was told that there was such an option, > > > but I don't seem able to find it. > > > I certainly don't have a "Safely Remove" icon in my panel, > > > as in the unmentionable system. > > Methinks I had a brain-fart when I wrote this, so corrections coming up. > > Tim, you get the icon if you hover over the device name in dolphin. That > > way, if you have more than one usb device mounted it is quite clear which > > one you are going to unmount. > > This described the action in the Notifier Widget. In dolphin you need the Places panel open (You do know you can add places as bookmarks, there, don't you?). Right-click on the device name should give you Safely Remove. > > Hover over it and on the right you'll see an up-arrow icon for > > unmounting. If it is not currently mounted, but it's still plugged in > > you'll see the device- name but the icon will not appear. > This is also the Notifier Widget. > You can also hover over "Computer" in the Kicker menu (or whatever it's > called now) and right-click on the "Removable Storage" icon. This works > even without Dolphin. > I hadn't noticed that one, as I rarely use kickoff apart from shutting down. Anne -- New to KDE4? - get help from http://userbase.kde.org Just found a cool new feature? Add it to UserBase
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