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Where would I look for recently used lists then? I know there are a few of them in windows registry but I haven'tbeen able to find them in linux, nor how I put those recently used (for example in kde). I do want to keep bash history though.
Originally posted by darkleaf Where would I look for recently used lists then? I know there are a few of them in windows registry but I haven'tbeen able to find them in linux, nor how I put those recently used (for example in kde). I do want to keep bash history though.
Not sure what you mean by "recently used lists" ...
KDE does have a feature that you can enable to
see the most recently accessed documents. Just
look at the settings in Control Centre.
Well I would say the equivalent is all those beautifully easy to read text files in /etc. But of course, you could change them into totally arbitrary numbers and random letters in a nonsensical order then force you to search through huge trees, if you enjoy the windows way.