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Wednesday, June 30th 2010, 9:04pm

Shutdown Button Defaults

On my machine, after I click on the Shutdown Button (widget) it takes a few seconds before the dialog box appears offering me the options to shutdown, logo off, restart, or cancel. Many times I get distracted before it appears and by the time I look back the dialog has come and gone and it has proceeded with the default option, which is to log off. The problem is that at home I rarely want to log off. I normally just want to shut it down. I have looked for an option to make Shutdown the default option, but I can not find it.

I hate to say it, but I really do prefer the way Windows 7 shutdown widget works. They offer you a no questions ask Shutdown button, with other options available as a cascading menu. I wish I could get this in KDE.
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Tuesday, July 6th 2010, 7:37pm


Found the answer:

Configure Your Desktop -> Advanced User Settings -> Session Manager -> Default Leave Option
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Friday, November 12th 2010, 4:52pm

thx for help


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