Possible to hide KDE icons in Gnome 2.8?
I have always preferred KDE (and still do), but am giving Gnome 2.8 a spin. One thing I notice is that my KDE icons are appearing on my Gnome desktop. I thought there might be a way to change the directory in which Gnome is looking for the icons (the ~/Desktop folder), but gnome-conf doesn't show such a folder.
Doing some research, it appears Gnome no longer handles desktop icons the same way KDE does (creating icon files in the desktop folder) - or at least that is my impression.
However, Gnome must be looking at the folder, or my KDE icons wouldn't be appearing there.
Is there a way to hide the KDE icons (don't care how it is done)? I'd love to give Gnome 2.8 a chance, but all of my KDE icons are very distracting when in Gnome.
I'm running Fedora Core 3 at the moment.