Hi Lisi (et al)
> On Monday 22 June 2015 22:18:16 Greg Madden wrote:
>> On Monday 22 June 2015 03:18:38 am Rolf Schmidt wrote:
>>> Hello everybody out there,
>>> I have a jessi with tde R14.01 - i.e. from Sláveks repository - running
>>> on a computer with a touch screen. TDE is very nice for this
>>> environment, because every thing could be scaled so it can be used with
>>> finger touch.
>>> My question or problem is, I would like to remove the menu item "lock
>>> session" because i can't give the needed passwort for unlocking with the
>>> screen-keyboard xvkbd.
>>> How can I configure the TDE-menu for this purpose?
>>> Many thanks for (expected) help
>>> PS: A howto for KDE 3.x did not help - nameing problems?
>> I just noticed menu edit does not include the "actions" potion of TDE-memu,
>> hmmm no idea here, how to procede.
>> Do you use "Screen Saver"? screen saver in the Control Center appears to
>> offer a choice on 'locks', not a 'completely disable and never use it on my
>> display" feature though.
> I can't understand this. The only time I have had a system lock automatically
> was when I had forgotten to turn locking off in the screensaver. Other than
> that, my system has only locked when I have accidentally locked it, which has
> happened, so far as I can remember, once in 12 years. Why/how is your system
> locking against your will?
I'll try to explain again.
There is a touch screen computer, which should (as far as possible) only
handled with a screen keybord (xvkbd).
I enlarged the window decoratation and the fonts to use but my big
fingers (in germany we call this "Wurstfinger" (migth be translated to
"sausages fingers") to offen touch the "lock session" entry instead of
the shut down entry. Then I have no onscreen keyboard to give the
password to unlock the session.
Because there is no session locking needed I don't need the menu entry
So once again my question (perhaps the programmers can help) where is
the confiuration for this part of the TDE-Menu or what has to be written
where, to disable the entry.