On Tue, Jan 08, 2002 at 03:17:13AM +0000, Drew Ferguson wrote:
> Not as an exact solution to your problem but ..
> KDE is not too consistent in its support for multi-screens, it seems to
> create primary xxxrc files (under kde2/share) for your main screen and a
> subset in xxx-screen-1rc; options for minicli are in kdedesktoprc and
> kdedesktop-screen-1rc - there is an option CompletionMode which happens to be
> 0 and 5 for my two displays (though I haven't noticed any difference in
> behaviour of late) - I can't find the docs on my system but this seems to be
> what you are looking for.
Yes, it is exactly what I'm looking for. On my displays it was 2 (which I
wanted) and 5 (which I didn't). It was awkward to fix too because having
edited the relevant file, it was overwritten with the old values when I quit
KDE which at first caused me to think that it didn't work. But then I edited
it again before starting KDE and now I have the behaviour I like on both
As to documentation - good luck finding it - I looked but can't find it
mentioned anywhere. Yeah, I know, use the source Luke . . . .
Thanks again Drew,
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