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Hi, I want to know what should i do to make a superkaramba theme to lunch at startup,
This way i could avoid having to alt+f2, pick the theme,..
Anyway, should i write a script or something?
any help appreciated!
Long time passed, by anyway:
you have 2 choices:
1) check you kde login manager and select restore session, so each time you start kde, it will restore always the same session, this way, you open all your SK themes once, and they always will be launched at kde startup.
2) search for a folder called Autorun(or Auostart) inside the folder ~/.kde and place there a "link to command" to each of your SK theme that you want to be laucnhed each time you start kde.