Kickoff is the default application launcher of the Plasma desktop. In the default configuration it resides at the very left of the bottom panel. Besides its main purpose (providing access to your applications) it gives you access to some places on your computer, your recently used documents and ...

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How to enable arrow keys in Kubuntu application launcher 12.04?

I just switched from Kubuntu 11.10 to 12.04 and noticed that the application launcher is not behaving exactly the same. In 11.10 I open the launcher with a keybinding, write the first letters of ...
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Gathering all programs in one submenu in Kickoff Application Launcher

Is there any easy way to put all programs in one submenu in Kickoff Application Launcher, instead of having been divided into different categories (development, education, games, graphics, internet, ...
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Removing the menu delay in Kickoff Application Launcher

Is there any way to remove the menu delay in Kickoff Application Launcher? I use Kubuntu 14.10 Plasma 4. By menu delay I mean the delay for opening submenus when the mouse hovers over a folder item. ...
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Exporting and importing Kickoff Application Launcher's menu?

Is there any way to export and import Kickoff Application Launcher's menu? I use Kubuntu 14.10 Plasma 4.
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How do I add an “all applications” folder to kickoff launcher in KDE

I have Zorin OS (basically a skinned version of Ubuntu) But I installed KDE because it really has a much larger user base as a desktop environment and has a much wider range of features. My only real ...
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not showing any applications in KDE application launcher

Not showing any application in kickoff and k-launcher in desktop. I doubt if I have installed lubuntu, xubuntu, gnome theme. Please show me the way to show applications without removing anything.