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Wednesday, March 7th 2012, 6:35pm

«favorites», «recently used» and «Lost & Found»

I am using KDE under Puppy Linux and each new start is a new fresh KDE starting, not remembering what I did amend the last session. I find this way most safe as always to start with perhaps dommaged values and files.

but remastering my system I can adapt myself the scripts I want so, that I always have an ideal start situation...

... so far I know which scripts are used to actualize them manually.

as the menu manager for Puppy Linux was prepared for JWM, the menu translator to KDE did send the most programs into the category «Lost & Found» so I have about no category any more.

I can only try following: add this or that program into the «favorites» or «recently used» depending of my real needs. and erase them under «Lost & Found» to make it more light!

but I don't find those script...