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Default plasma wallpaper The default plasma wallpaper is set in the default desktop theme: /usr/share/kde4/apps/desktoptheme/default/ There is the metadata.desktop. It has wallpaper section. With the Kubuntu 14.04 / KDE 4.13: [Wallpaper] defaultWallpaperTheme=Elarun defaultFileSuffix=.png defaultWidth=2560 defaultHeight=1600 The 'Elarun' is described in ...
A line userswallpapers=path/to/wallpaper in the file ~/.kde/share/config/plasma-desktop-appletsrc is what you're looking for. Btw, almost everything you wanted you may easy find in the .kde directory with grep -rniI pattern, where -r stands for recursive, -n stands for show me the line number where the pattern found, -i — ignore case, and the -I — ignore ...
How to adjust mouse speed in KDE without enabling mouse acceleration and only using the settigns dialog (no console, no config files) This is a colloquial summary of exhuma's answer, don't forget to upvote it. In KDE, mouse acceleration is not logarithmic. That is, it has two constant mouse speeds: non-accelerated and accelerated. It ...
The issue seems to be connected to the compositer feature of KDE4 (or with Desktop Effects). If the Chrome window becomes invisible click Alt + Shift + F12 to switch on compositing and it will become visible instantaneously. I could no longer reproduce this behaviour with compositing on.
A commentator above suggested a pretty good workaround: Go to Tools / Options / LibreOffice / View. Set Mouse Positioning to "Dialog center". Restart LibreOffice. The find dialogue still has the system window border around it but clicking Ctrl + F puts focus in the text field so one can type immediately.
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