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The wallpapers managing tool,Drapes, crashed after I add too many wallpapers.Drapes can't be started. I want to modify or clean the file recording the path of added wallpapers,but I can't find the configure file of drapes using locate drapes.

  1. How to repair this problem.
  2. How to uninstall it with deleting the configure file or environment of drapes.

Be thankful for any advice.

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You should also file a bug report for this problem. – João Pinto Nov 9 '10 at 10:08
@João Pinto I will do that soon.thanks for your advice. – kit.yang Nov 10 '10 at 7:56
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The configuration file you are looking for is ~/.gnome2/drapes.xml.
If you remove it and then start up Drapes again, Drapes will use the default configuration.

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I delete many elements of wallpapaer.Drapes still cant't be started with an interface.Using ps command,a process "drapes --tray" is running. – kit.yang Nov 10 '10 at 8:01

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