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Does anyone know where the Kooka settings file(s) are stored? I screwed up the appearance of my Kooka window, and have been unable to revert, so I would like to delete the Kooka settings file in hopes of starting over. (I tried uninstalling Kooka, but it didn't help--the settings weren't deleted.) I only know it's somewhere in my home folder, because I opened Kooka in another user account, and found the default settings there.
Okay, I think I have discovered the solution myself. There is a file called "kookarc" in /home/kde/share/config; that has to be the key. I can't test whether it is, because before discovering it, I disabled KDE in my user account by deleting the wrong thing; but it has to be this file.