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i know this is probably the worst question posted on here but i went into the preferences of the taskbar and clicked on KASBAR to see what it was and now i have a KASBAR that i can make auto hide but i want to get rid of it and i can't find any docs anywhere that even relate to kasbar someone help me plz ;/
ok now i figured out how to remove it i right clicked on the hide button of kasbar and chose remove.. but then the "kicker" was eating all my cpu and my taskbar was frozen all my programs are running but the taskbar froze and when i killed the kicker the taskbar disappeared and i don't know how to get it back lol sorry i must sound really really stupid but this has never happened to me before..
The kicker is/has your taskbar, the thing normally at the bottom, with the KMenu.
Normally you can just restart KDE to get it back. Maybe use the Windows button to start the KMenu anywhere when the mouse is on the desktop.