Revision as of 17:19, 3 April 2011 by Abella (talk | contribs) (Created page with "==Quan les tasques comunes semblen estranyes== Si sou nou en l'espai de treball Plasma és probable que moltes tasques comuns us semblin estranyes. Algunes coses són completame...")(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff) Other languages:English • Lëtzebuergesch • Nederlands • català • dansk • español • français • italiano • português do Brasil • română • български • русский • українська • 中文（中国大陆） Contents 1 Quan les tasques comunes semblen estranyes 2 How do I install additional KDE software? 3 How do I install drivers for wifi/video/other hardware? 4 File Management on Steroids 4.1 Using a more traditional file manager 5 Using Removable Drives 5.1 Mounting the drive 5.2 Umounting the drive 5.3 Opening an empty CD tray 6 Renaming Multiple Files 6.1 With Dolphin 6.2 With KRename 7 Configuration Help 7.1 Workspace 7.1.1 Full KDE on Small Screens (e.g. Netbooks) 7.2 Internet 8 Where did my Favourite Application go? Quan les tasques comunes semblen estranyes Si sou nou en l'espai de treball Plasma és probable que moltes tasques comuns us semblin estranyes. Algunes coses són completament conceptes mous, i altres només es fan de manera diferent. Hi ha instantànies de com dur a terme moltes tasques de plasma a aquesta pàgina Com es fa (HOWTO). How do I install additional KDE software? Installing software on your computer, whether with KDE SC or GNOME, largely depends on your distribution's software management system. Please consult with your distribution for more information. How do I install drivers for wifi/video/other hardware? Installing hardware drivers for networking or video is a task that most distributions take care of. Different distributions use different tools for configuring hardware. Please consult with your distribution first for more information. File Management on Steroids Dolphin is your new file manager, but it looks and feels very different from older file managers. Learn how to enable previews, give yourself quick access to the directories you use most, and choose how much detail you see about your files. All this and more in this File Management tutorial Using a more traditional file manager Konqueror is primarily a web interface, but it can also function as a traditional file manager. If this is your preference, in System Settings, go to the Advanced tab and click on File Associations. In the list of Known Types, go to the inode/directory type. In the General tab at the right side of the window, select Konqueror in the Application Preference Order and click on the Up button until it is at the top. Click on Apply to save the changes. Using Removable Drives Mounting the drive Most distros don't automatically mount removable drives. There are two main ways of dealing with this. Using the Device Notifier - click on the device name and you will be shown relevant options, one of which will be Open with File Manager. This opens Dolphin with the contents of the device listed. Mounting in Dolphin - if you already have Dolphin open you will see the new device appear in the Places panel. Click on that and you will see the contents of the device. Information Audio disks can be played without mounting. Use your favourite disk-playing application Umounting the drive Again, you have two main possibilities. Use the device notifier. Instead of the plug icon that you saw before, there will now be an up-arrow icon similar to that shown on VHS and DVD players. That will "safely remove" the drive. However, it will not eject it. Always wait a few seconds after using this, as buffers are flushed and you want to be sure that it has finished writing. In Dolphin, look for the name of the device in the Places panel. Right-click on it and you will see the Eject icon. Again, take care not to remove the drive too quickly. Opening an empty CD tray Usually you use a hardware button to do this, but if that is not possible you can create a link to a script to do it for you. You will find details of this on this talk page Renaming Multiple Files There are times when you need to rename a large number of files or folders at the same time. This is often referred to as "batch renaming," and can be accomplished a number of ways in KDE. With Dolphin Dolphin has a ability to rename multiple files by numbering them, though the functionality is currently limited and only useful in certain situations. One useful application would be renaming a set of photos. Here's how it's done With KRename KRename has the ability to rename large numbers of files based on many different criteria, including search and replace, file properties, mp3 & ogg metadata, and many others. KRename can be found in the Kickoff menu in the Utilities section. It may be called "Bulk Rename". Configuration Help Workspace Tweak your Desktop Full KDE on Small Screens (e.g. Netbooks) The Plasma Netbook Interface is customised to make the most of the available space and automatically configures window management to give full room to applications. KWin's page has hints for slimming down window decorations, making fonts smaller, and disabling tooltips in KMail. Internet Tweak your Browser's appearance Where did my Favourite Application go? Finding your Application Some applications have changed names when ported to the new KDE platforms. You may find your favourite on this page. Retrieved from "https://userbase.kde.org/index.php?title=Common_Tasks/ca&oldid=157342" Categories: TutorialsGetting Started Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.