Well, I don't know for sure, but if I login to KDE Safe Mode and take a
screenshot of the "Activities" settings at the bottom of the screen,
this is what I see:
If I take a similar screenshot while logging into a regular KDE
session, this is what it looks like:
Activities may have something to do with my problem. But, I tried them
a long time ago and decided that I wouldn't ever mess with them again
(they just weren't worth what I considered to be all the hassle.)
Translation: for quite a while KDE just respected all of my desktop
settings. Then, without making any changes, my plasmoids and other
desktop settings just started to disappear when I logged out and then
back in. Also, I used to be able to reboot and log back into a KDE
session that looked like it is suppsed to:
But today when I rebooted and logged back in, I got this:
Now, the only way to get my desktop looking like it is supposed to is
to login to the KDE Safe Mode...
On Sat, 05 Oct 2013 14:31:01 -0300
Patrick Boutilier <boutilpj(a)ednet.ns.ca> wrote:
Your correct desktop doesn't happen to be in a different activity
On 10/05/2013 02:27 PM, Steven Ulrick wrote:
> > Hello, Everyone
> > Lately after I logout of KDE and then log back in, my desktop
> > background is sometimes changed to something that I did NOT have
> > as my background, and all of my Plasmoids are gone...
> > Here is a screenshot of how my desktop is NOT supposed to look:
> > Here is a screenshot of how my desktop is supposed to look:
> > I didn't feel like waiting until KDE loaded my desktop
> > correctly, so I rebooted...
> > This is on Fedora 19. KDE version is 4.11.0. Yes, that's from
> > kde-unstable. If you can help me figure out what is wrong, I can
> > file a bug report.
> Well, it did it again today. But this time, the plasmoids, desktop
> background & other settings were gone AFTER logging in after a
> reboot... Rebooting used to be how I got all of that back...
> But I tried something new. I logged out, and then logged back in
> the KDE "Safe Session" Doing that, my desktop looked just like it
> is supposed to:
> Unfortuately, when I log out of the safe session, and back into a
> regular KDE session, it looks like this again:
> If you need any information that I am not providing, just let me
> know and I will get that to you.
> Steven P. Ulrick
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