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Old 5th December 2008, 05:25 PM
MarkTraceur Offline
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News Ticker Doesn't Save Settings?

I recently have been going Fedora-crazy and after trying the new KDE on one box, I decided to go KDE-crazy, too. I started setting up the plasmoids and wow, are they cool or what? The only issue is, my News Ticker doesn't save the feeds I want in its settings. Every time I restart, it goes back to the default, and I don't care about KDE news, I just want my Reddit RSS feed. Is there a config file I can edit to make the default feed reddit, or a way I have overlooked to force KDE to save the settings? All other plasmoids are working fine, XKCD and UserFriendly now live on my desktop and there are a bunch of launcher icons there, too.

Also, this is all on a portable hard drive that I use on several computers with the same hardware...but the same thing happens if I shut down then bring it back up. It also does the same thing on another box. Assistance, s'il vous plait!!!
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