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Old 10-27-2011, 05:06 AM   #1
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How do I delete KDE options without deleting Dolphin's options?

I want to delete all options that are set in qtconfig and systemsettings (all general KDE's). That's because after updating KDE it doesn't work properly. But I don't want to discard Dolphin's config. Which directory should I delete?
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Hi, you should keep anything that contains "dolphin" in its file name in .kde4.
Copy it somewhere safe, delete .kde4, and place back the dolphin files (respecting the original folder hierarchy).
Qtconfig saves it configure files in .config (I think), you might want to delete its configuration in there.

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