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On the panel, locate the "i" with a circle around it. It's usually on the right by the time. Right click on the icon and select "Notification Settings" from the pop up menu. In the Pop Up Notices section untick the "File transfers and other jobs" box and hit the Apply button and then the OK button. That should do it.
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OK, things are worse then..;
I have not that.
The widget I have named System tray is different.
I have Auto Hide and Shortcuts, BUT NOT that Information.
It is System Tray version 1.0 in KDE 4.2.4
Now you tell me that the retards from KDE made it in a way that makes it impossible to have that copying box, that thing Windows 3.0 had...
There is really not a place when I can edit a file, like in linux systems and tell it to just NOT CLOSE the box that is already open after 2 seconds?
I know you are trying to help, really thanks, but it is just that KDE become such a trash... I lost a lot of time with that other piece of... well... KDE software, the Akonady Stupidity Server, and now all this time for such another idiot thing!
You are using a very early version of KDE4, i.e. 4.2. The current release is 4.7. The earlier versions of KDE4 were far from feature complete but IIRC the information widget which gives you that "i" in the panel was available from pretty early on. To add the "i" widget to the panel, try right clicking on the panel and select "Add Widgets". See if there is an information widget available.