said Leslie Turriff:
| This is why KDE generally makes such things configurable; some like
| this feature, others don't. Being able to set it as one prefers is the
| sort of thing that makes KDE superior to e.g. Gnome.
Or, Heaven help us, even LXQt, which I've been using on the gadget (I need
to use something that plays nice with KWin, which has been hacked to be
the preferred WM for it). You cannot easily edit, for instance, even the
menus. What ought to be a nice little KDE-lite is often maddening. There's
almost always a way to do what you want to do in TDE, and when you can't
find it somebody here will have the answer.
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