Originally Posted by tredegar
KDE is highly customisable. Most distros come with kcontrol, though it is often not on the menus.
So start it from a terminal by typing kcontol
Then you need to click on Appearcnce & Themes
Under that menu you will find many things you can change.
Start by looking at the Following submenus:
Thx guys for your replies and patience!!!
I remind u that i only want to change the colour of the text in the desktop's icons.
Also it will be useful to add some background around them so i can easily read them against my white background
So trying to find out where are my options i need to configure i have searched under the Configure Desktop->Appearance and Themes
a)Colors .. Here i can see many options regarding the whole graphic interface. I have especially try to find out if the Widget Color submenu allowsto change font color in desktop but i didnt make it
b)Fonts: Hmm i can see many options for fonts . Here is an option for Desktop fonts but unfortunately there is no option for color... u can only select font and font size
c)Style... nothing appropriate here too
d)Theme i t just contains buttons that open the previous options (Colors, Fonts, Style)
Sorry for bad english and thx for the help