From: David Reagan <jerractomlin@ya...> - 2004-06-26 15:22:02
Whenever I start KDE, Kaffeine starts up as well. I
don't want it to be doing that. I have looked at all
the configureation options and can find anything to
stop it. Any suggestions?
Oh, and when I close it, I make sure it isn't in the
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From: Mr. dOGMaTiC <d0gmaticx2x@ya...> - 2004-06-26 18:22:15
i have noticed that if the system tray is
enabled, when i log back on kaffeine starts up.
what i worked for me is unchecking "embed in
system tray". that worked for me
hope this helps
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From: Anders <andersa@fy...> - 2004-06-27 08:50:16
On Saturday 26 June 2004 17:21, David Reagan wrote:
> Whenever I start KDE, Kaffeine starts up as well. I
> don't want it to be doing that. I have looked at all
> the configureation options and can find anything to
> stop it. Any suggestions?
> Oh, and when I close it, I make sure it isn't in the
> system tray.
Two things you could try:
1) Check if ~/.kde/Autostart has a link to Konqueror.
2) In the Controlcenter->KDE Components->Session management, try switching to
an empty session.
If the second option helps you, then you know that Kaffeine is somehow stored
in your saved session, and this is the cause for it to start up when you log
in. Obviously if you quit Kaffeine before logging out, it shouldn't start
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