Multimedia settings mysteries
pocallaghan at gmail.com
Mon Feb 9 03:54:12 UTC 2009
On Mon, 2009-02-09 at 04:01 +0100, Kevin Kofler wrote:
> Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> > I checked with a test user and the menu is rather different (no
> > duplicates or empty entries). Presumably this is the default and mine is
> > screwed up because of many succesive generations of KDE. So the question
> > is: do I need to trash my whole .kde config or can I just remove the
> > appropriate part of it?
> The Phonon config is actually not in .kde, it's
> in .config/kde.org/libphonon.conf (because Phonon is Qt-only).
OK, I moved it aside, logged out and in again, and now it looks
reasonable. Interestingly, when I click the Advanced box, the mysterious
no-name device reappears in the middle of the list, but PA is at the top
as it should be so no problem. I see it doesn't recreate
a .config/kde.org/libphonon.conf file in the default config.
Still hunting the blasted Kmix icon though. Maybe fiddling with the
desktop theme will fix it ... no, it doesn't, damn.
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