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Poll Results: How long have you been using your current, main installation?

 
  • 24% (50)
    less then a month
  • 23% (47)
    less then six months
  • 14% (30)
    less then a year
  • 24% (49)
    less then three years
  • 13% (27)
    three years+
203 Total Votes  
post #1991 of 4043
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Originally Posted by Shrak View Post

Didn't work frown.gif

Right clicking around it only gives a move icon ( four arrows )... right clicking on it simply gives me the uim-pref-qt menu's. I can quit the toolbar from there, as I've been doing, but I know I shouldn't have to do that every log in frown.gif And haven't had to till lately, even my laptop running the same image doesn't have it :|

Don't right click on or around the widget, right click on the empty desktop to bring up a context menu to unlock the widgets. Then just hover your cursor on and around the widget you want to remove.

It's a bit fiddly (to put it mildly), but it should be removable if you manage to find the magic hover-hotspot.

On a side note, KDE widgets are one of the biggest things I dislike about KDE4. I seldom bother with them myself.
post #1992 of 4043
It's not a widget as far as I can tell, but just a random toolbar tongue.gif

This is the uim widget ( black arrow, with my theme around it ), which does behave that way with the slide out close menu thing.




Yeah, I don't see much point in them to be quite honest :|



I'm on the verge of simply uninstalling it as a whole, but I'm not even sure what uses it :| Guess I can find out pretty easy though...
post #1993 of 4043
Quote:
Originally Posted by Shrak View Post

It's not a widget as far as I can tell, but just a random toolbar tongue.gif

This is the uim widget ( black arrow, with my theme around it ), which does behave that way with the slide out close menu thing.




Yeah, I don't see much point in them to be quite honest :|



I'm on the verge of simply uninstalling it as a whole, but I'm not even sure what uses it :| Guess I can find out pretty easy though...

If it's a toolbar you should be able to delete it, in most distros when you edit one toolbar you can select to edit the others. Not sure if that's what it is or will help you at all.
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post #1994 of 4043
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It's not a widget as far as I can tell, but just a random toolbar tongue.gif

This is the uim widget ( black arrow, with my theme around it ), which does behave that way with the slide out close menu thing.


Just xkill it then.
post #1995 of 4043
I did something better...;
Code:
 nomad::Monsoon ( ~ ) $ sudo apt-cache search uim
gkrelluim - GKrellM plugin for uim
mailutils-guile - GNU mailutils Guile interpreter and modules
mlterm-im-uim - MultiLingual TERMinal, uim input method plugin
uim-mozc - Mozc engine for uim - Client of the Mozc input method
liblastfm-ocaml-dev - OCaml interface to audioscrobbler and lastfm radios
libscim-dev - development library for SCIM platform
scim - smart common input method platform
libgcroots-dev - Development GC library for sigscheme Scheme interpreter
libgcroots0 - GC shared library for sigscheme Scheme interpreter
libsscm-dev - Development library for sigscheme Scheme interpreter
libsscm3 - Shared library for sigscheme Scheme interpreter
sigscheme - Scheme Interpreter to be embedded
sigscheme-runtime - Runtime for sigscheme Scheme interpreter
libuim-custom2 - Universal Input Method - uim-custom API library
libuim-data - Universal Input Method - data files
libuim-dev - Universal Input Method - development files
libuim-scm0 - Universal Input Method - uim-scm API library
libuim8 - Universal Input Method - uim library
plasma-widget-uim - Universal Input Method - KDE Plasma widget
uim - Universal Input Method - metapackage
uim-ajax-ime - Universal Input Method - Ajax-IME web input support
uim-anthy - Universal Input Method - Anthy plugin
uim-applet-gnome - Universal Input Method - GNOME applet
uim-baidu-olime-jp - Universal Input Method - Baidu web input support
uim-byeoru - Universal Input Method - byeoru hangul input support
uim-canna - Universal Input Method - Canna plugin
uim-common - Universal Input Method - common files
uim-dbg - Universal Input Method - debugging symbols
uim-dict-gtk - Universal Input Method - GTK+2.x Japanese dictionary tool
uim-dict-gtk3 - Universal Input Method - GTK+3.x Japanese dictionary tool
uim-el - Universal Input Method - Emacs front end
uim-fep - Universal Input Method - front end processor
uim-google-cgiapi-jp - Universal Input Method - Google-Jp web input support
uim-gtk2.0 - Universal Input Method - GTK+2.x front end
uim-gtk3 - Universal Input Method - GTK+3.x front end
uim-ipa-x-sampa - Universal Input Method - X-SAMPA IPA input support
uim-latin - Universal Input Method - Latin script input support
uim-look - Universal Input Method - Dictionary-based completion input support
uim-m17nlib - Universal Input Method - m17nlib plugin
uim-pinyin - Universal Input Method - pinyin input support
uim-qt - Universal Input Method - Qt 4.x front end
uim-skk - Universal Input Method - SKK plugin
uim-social-ime - Universal Input Method - Social-IME web input support
uim-tcode - Universal Input Method - T-Code input support
uim-utils - Universal Input Method - utilities
uim-viqr - Universal Input Method - Vietnamese Quoted-Readable support
uim-xim - Universal Input Method - XIM compatibility interface
uim-yahoo-jp - Universal Input Method - Yahoo-JP web input support
uim-chewing - Universal Input Method - Chewing plugin
libuima-addons-java - Apache UIMA Addons
libuima-addons-java-doc - Documentation for Apache UIMA Addons
libuima-as-java - Apache UIMA Asynch Scaleout framework
libuima-as-java-doc - Documentation for Apache UIMA Asynch Scaleout framework
libuima-adapter-soap-java - Library to provide SOAP web services within UIMA
libuima-adapter-vinci-java - Library to provide Vinci web services within UIMA
libuima-core-java - Core library for the UIMA framework
libuima-cpe-java - Library for the UIMA Collection Processing Engine
libuima-document-annotation-java - Library for the UIMA document annotation
libuima-tools-java - UIMA library for the UIMA tools
libuima-vinci-java - Library to handle Vinci web service protocol
uima-doc - Documentation for the Apache UIMA framework
uima-examples - Examples of UIMA components
uima-utils - UIMA tools
 
 nomad::Monsoon ( ~ ) $ sudo apt-get remove uim-qt
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done
The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:
  im-config libgcroots0 libuim-custom2 libuim-data libuim-scm0 libuim8 uim-common uim-utils
Use 'apt-get autoremove' to remove them.
The following packages will be REMOVED:
  plasma-widget-uim uim-qt
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 2 to remove and 13 not upgraded.
After this operation, 735 kB disk space will be freed.
Do you want to continue? [Y/n] y
(Reading database ... 182249 files and directories currently installed.)
Removing plasma-widget-uim (1:1.8.6-4) ...
Removing uim-qt (1:1.8.6-4) ...
Processing triggers for menu (2.1.46) ...
 
nomad::Monsoon ( ~ ) $

It didn't want to play nice then it can leave :|
post #1996 of 4043
xkill is more fun though tongue.gif

i love xkilling things biggrin.gif
post #1997 of 4043
A serial killer in the making wave2.gif
post #1998 of 4043
laughingsmiley.gif


(though after the last 2 hours I've spent wrestling with CSS, I am ready to kill someone)
post #1999 of 4043
CSS is easy, stop wrestling with it and let it do it's job!
post #2000 of 4043
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Originally Posted by Shrak View Post

CSS is easy, stop wrestling with it and let it do it's job!

CSS is the same kind of blackmagic as Xorg.conf. It's easy if you know the precise property my memory, but a bloody nightmare to sort when things don't work first time.
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