On Sunday 06 August 2017 03.08:21 wofgdkncxojef wrote: > It's the one i changed, the desktop also changed for MATE.... > Gnome3 does it differently? Unfortunately you're right. It did work *once*: I changed the path to Desktop1, then recreated an empty Desktop, logged out, logged in Gnome, and it worked. But this morning Gnome had adapted and was using Desktop1. Obviously the paths in Control are only a way to edit .config/userdiers.dirs > having a second user solves this problem > and also you can login on both desktops simultaneously > you can't do this as a single user. I'll give it a try. On the downside it means doubling lots of data stored in the hidden directories, having backup files at different places (LibreOffice)... But if I really use Gnome only for the touchscreen stuff, it may do. > if you still don't care about simultaneous login. > You can also try having plasma5 as the other desktop > You can configure the plasma5 desktop to not be the desktop folder. Tried that - KDE knows *nothing* about the touchscreen. Only Gnome has the Wacom setup, and it 's strictly liked to gnome (gnome-control-center wacom). I tried to lauch it from TDE, it loads but the calibrate button is grayed out and "Adjust display resolution" returns "Could not get screen information". I'll also take a look at Dave's suggestion. I probably have to test all these possibilities "in the field" and find out which works best for me. Thank you all! Thierry -- Who is General Failure, and why is he reading my disk?