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Old 09-15-2006, 10:18 PM   #1
ahchewyy
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Talking KDE 3.4.2.level b & Suse 10 no buttons to access control center


OK,
Here's one of my "special " questions...It comes from the Id 10 T file that I keep...I have seemed to have upgraded my KDE to 3.4.2 Level 'b' and for some odd reasom I cannot access the control center from the kcontrol screen. All it gives me is the descrip of KDE and ver along w/ arch, BUT there's no way to access anything from that panel. So did I screw up by DL the KDE 3.4.2 ver aand I should have stayed with the older one.?? If so, is there any way from a non-computer person to go back or go forward ??
Thank you .....

OK, SO anyone who has looked at this post PLEASE DISREGARD !!!!! I fixed my problem.....

Last edited by ahchewyy; 09-15-2006 at 10:46 PM. Reason: stupid question
 
Old 09-17-2006, 02:26 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by ahchewyy
OK,
Here's one of my "special " questions...It comes from the Id 10 T file that I keep...I have seemed to have upgraded my KDE to 3.4.2 Level 'b' and for some odd reasom I cannot access the control center from the kcontrol screen. All it gives me is the descrip of KDE and ver along w/ arch, BUT there's no way to access anything from that panel. So did I screw up by DL the KDE 3.4.2 ver aand I should have stayed with the older one.?? If so, is there any way from a non-computer person to go back or go forward ??
Thank you .....

OK, SO anyone who has looked at this post PLEASE DISREGARD !!!!! I fixed my problem.....
Could you please post the cause
and solution?
 
Old 09-17-2006, 11:27 PM   #3
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Talking My solution to the KDE control panel issue :D

OK, so here's the cause: Operator error & slight oversight. I for some reason had the KDE control panel stretched to far to the left of the screen. Here's the solution : If I looked very closely I would see a double line bar on the left with 3 small dots in the middle. I placed my mouse arrow over them and it turned to a double headed arrow. So I clicked and drag the double line to the right and it showed up with all the controls still there.
Hope this helps anyone with my disease....

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