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Old 19th July 2007, 12:54 AM
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KDE desktop icons appear in Gnome

I run KDE and Gnome side by side, but the KDE Icons I made (home, system, trash) appear on my Gnome desktop when I change sessions and when I delete them from Gnome, they are also deleted from my KDE desktop. I tried running a script from here but it didn't work under F7 (at least for me). Your help is appreciated, of course.
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Old 19th July 2007, 04:35 AM
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Perhaps someone can provide better imput than I can, but your "desktop" is just a folder under your /home/username directory, and whatever files you put there, no matter if they are home, trash, etc, or actual files or program launchers are going to show up no matter what DE you boot into...

Perhaps you could create different user accounts for gnome and kde...
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