KDE 4 copy dialog as in KDE 3.X

Like any good user of KDE you should know, with the arrival of version 4 notifications were integrated into the panel, as well as the dialog of transfers when copying files.

There is a very simple way to put this dialog back as in KDE 3.x. We right click on the panel icon as shown in the image:

select Notifications Preferences. Next we uncheck the first two options that appear in the window that shows the following image:

And ready. From now on when we copy something, the copy process will always come out as a separate window and not as a notification.

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  1.   KZKG ^ Gaara <"Linux said

    HEH ... let's see, tell us ... what do you see in the copy of the image? HAHA… Kaspersky, amazing GGGRRR ¬_¬

  2.   moskosov said

    KZKG ^ Gaara and you when you put Gnome ?, Elav already gave a signal now we wait for yours hahahahahaha

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      That one does not say Gnome or tie. Neither Gnome, nor Debian hahaha .. Right now he's freaking out because he installed Grub2 in Arch and has been trying to repair Grub for over an hour without any results. And look what I told you HAHAHAHAAHAHA

      1.    Oscar said

        You have two things to do, or give him a hand or seriously suggest that he switch to Debian, your partner uses Arch because it brings the latest of the latest, but ... use the grub of the past, hehehehehe.

        1.    elav <° Linux said

          Hahaha right now he was fuming because he could not recover the Grub and possibly, he has to install his beloved Arch again, which is so Rolling, he does not use Grub2 ...

          Hahahaha I almost died of laughter when I saw him leave the door angry .. Look what I told him hahaha

  3.   sangener said

    A few days ago I used KDE for more than a week. I was traveling and the pc I had at hand had Solo OpenSuse, the truth is that I didn't miss Gnome so much, although it was a bit difficult for me to get used to some new programs. I must say that KDE has improved and feels quite stable. 🙂 Greetings KZKG ^ Gaara

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      I can attest to it. Even right now, after all the tweaks I made, KDE feels more fluid than Gnome2. 🙁

      1.    Oscar said

        How much memory does your PC have and how much is it consuming you? I think you should do a post installation tutorial.

        1.    elav <° Linux said

          Monday without fail. With 1Gb it does not exceed 300Mb with several applications open .. 😀

          1.    Oscar said

            300Mb nothing more? you optimized it very well, I hope the tuto.

          2.    mac_live said

            We wait for the tutor, I already installed the kde environment, so you can see that I have faith in you, we will see how beautiful and light it is, tomorrow checking your post.

            1.    elav <° Linux said

              I promise I will do it today .. 😀

  4.   Jorge said

    That option does not appear: C I am using KDE 4.11.5, and the "Popup box" part does not appear, only the first 2 options.

    Thank you