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"How I change the distances between desktop icons on kde?"
Hold down your left mouse button and drag the icon to the new location. Then let up on the mouse button and it will stay in the new location. If the new location is fairly close to the old location KDE will drop the icon back into the original spot. In this case drop the icon some distance away and then drag it again to the new location.
is not this my question I want grow the distance between icons, not with the mouse, but by default. I know that's are a file in the .kde directory that we change the distances, but I don't remember which file have this definitions