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It doesn't so much matter that you are using kde, as it does matter which program you are using. If you are using kwrite, then no, I don't think so. On the bright side, if you are just trying to avoid the clutter, there is something you can do with kwrite: Settings-> configure editor-> Open/Save-> Prefix = .
If the Prefix setting is comprised of a single period, then every temporary save file will have a period added to the front of it. In unix (and linux) this will make it a hidden file. The file will still be there, but you wont normally be able to see it.
Why would you want to that? I would think that right there near the original is where it would be most useful. -- It's not that it's some kind of versioning control. One problem w/ putting them all in the same dir. is name space collision.
Last edited by archtoad6; 09-23-2007 at 05:33 PM.
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