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ok heres the deal i loogged into KDE as root to change some mouse settings to get all my buttons to work. after i saved the changes in the config ...
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    Resetting X ?


    ok heres the deal i loogged into KDE as root to change some mouse settings to get all my buttons to work. after i saved the changes in the config file i noticed that when my arrow is anywhere over the actuall "wallpaper" area its a busy hourglass, and none of the icons for my drives, trash ect.. are on there. even if i reboot the machine and log in as root its still like this. its not like this on my main account though. anyone know how to fix this? im new :o

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    Open up your KControl Centre, and expand any module that you want to reset, you should then see a "use defaults" button that will restore settings for that module back to the way they were when KDE was installed.

    Jason

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