Calendar plasmoid it 8 days wide.

Eberhard Roloff tuxebi at
Sun Mar 22 21:47:48 UTC 2009

Steven Vollom wrote:
> Eberhard Roloff wrote:
>> Steven Vollom wrote:
>>> Dotan Cohen wrote:
>>>>> Intrepid 64bit Alpha 6 KDE.  I changed the configuration of the calendar
>>>>> just after the last update.  I wanted Sunday as the first day of the
>>>>> week.  When I did this, Sunday moved to the left side of the calendar,
>>>>> but to the left of that appeared another day too.  Then it became an 8
>>>>> day wide calendar.  I removed the plasmoid and reinstalled.  The same
>>>>> problem occurred, so I removed it again.  TIA
>>>>> Steven
>>>> Send to me a screenshot of that.I reinstalled it, Dotan, but my screen print feature does not work.  
>>> It is one of the only features of Jaunty Alpha 6 that has never worked.  Is there a way to take a screen print other than the default?  This happened when I was configuring it so that Sunday is the first day of the week, like in the Bible.

Dear Steven,
> Is this something I have been doing? 

apparently yes. See above:
Dotan wrote: Send me a screenshot of that.
You answered: I reinstalled it, Dotan, but my screen feature does not work.

All on the same line!

  If so, I didn't realize it.  I
> always leave space I thought.  Strange.

Indeed, see how it looks like, just a few lines up.

   Anyway, ksnapshot worked,
> however it does not work by pressing the PrtSc button as it should.  It 
> worked in all the other OS issues from Feisty to Intrepid, but does not 
> in Jaunty.  Ctrl+Alt+F2 gets a window where I can get it, but that is 
> strange when there is a keyboard key for that purpose.

Agreed, but for me, doing not much more than two screenshots per month, 
ksnapshot is the ideal tool and it is so powerful that I do not miss my 
printsreen buttom at all.


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