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Old 02-29-2008, 10:42 AM   #1
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How do I set the file manager in KDE to show the detailed list view by default?
What is the easiest way to see the used space in a partition? Like a status bar or a context menu option. I know about the separate tool to see the disk usage statistics, that is not what I am seeking.
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How do I set the file manager in KDE to show the detailed list view by default?
In konqueror, go to the View menu and select view mode detailed list view.

Then go to the Settings menu and save view profile.
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I post a daily 'blog and icon view just doesn't do it! I'm glad I had a little time to search this preference. It will make my daily work much easier!



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