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I'm looking to remove the "Tool Box" icon in the upper right hand corner of my KDE 4 desktop, but can't find any configuration setting anywhere to do so. I'm new to KDE 4, so it's quite possible I just haven't found that setting yet.

Is there any way to remove that icon from your desktop, or is it just a permanent, unmovable part of KDE?

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Install Py-Cashew -- it's an additional script that removes the thingy (it can also be downloaded via KDE widget download tool)

There are also Stealth Cashew that let's you configure cashew transparency.

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I installed Py-Cashew yet the cashew/"New Activity" items remains on my desktop. –  MountainX Jan 1 at 17:04
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I found another alternative, in case anyone's interested: the "Stealth Cashew" widget also lets you hide the cashew. It requires the 'plasma-scriptengine-ruby' package to work, though.

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