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Fix references to user profile directory.

Darrell Anderson 6 years ago
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doc/faq/tdeapps.docbook View File

@@ -69,7 +69,7 @@ for a dialup connection. Try changing it to a smaller value like
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 <userinput>296</userinput>
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 or <userinput>576</userinput>.</para></listitem>
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 <listitem><para>Check in your <filename
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-class="directory">$<envar>HOME</envar>/.kde/share/config</filename> for the
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+class="directory">$<envar>HOME</envar>/.trinity/share/config</filename> for the
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 <filename>kppprc</filename>. Ensure the correct modem speed is
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 actually defined there.</para></listitem>
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 </itemizedlist></listitem>

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doc/kcontrol/screensaver/index.docbook View File

@@ -169,7 +169,7 @@ no grace period.</para>
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 <para>To alter the grace period setting, you need to manually edit the 
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 configuration file.  To do so:</para>
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 <para>
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-<prompt>$</prompt> <command>cd <filename>~/.kde/share/config</filename>
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+<prompt>$</prompt> <command>cd <filename>~/.trinity/share/config</filename>
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 </command>
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 </para>
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 <para>Now, using a text editor (the example uses &kate;, the &tde; text editor), 

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doc/kicker/index.docbook View File

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 </question>
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 <answer>
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 <para>
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-Look for <filename>$HOME/.kde/share/apps/kicker/pics/go.png</filename>
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-and <filename>$HOME/.kde/share/apps/kicker/pics/mini/go.png</filename>
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+Look for <filename>$HOME/.trinity/share/apps/kicker/pics/go.png</filename>
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+and <filename>$HOME/.trinity/share/apps/kicker/pics/mini/go.png</filename>
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 and replace them. Do not forget to flatten the replacements to one
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 layer, or else you will not see anything.  Create the folders if
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 they do not already exist. Then restart &kicker;.

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doc/konqueror/browser.docbook View File

@@ -448,7 +448,7 @@ OverridenPorts=CommaSeparatedListOfAllowedPorts
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 </userinput></screen>
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 to <filename>$TDEDIR/share/config/kio_httprc
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 </filename> or 
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-<filename>~/.kde/share/config/kio_httprc</filename>.</para>
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+<filename>~/.trinity/share/config/kio_httprc</filename>.</para>
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 <para>For example
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 <screen><userinput>OverridenPorts=23,15
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 </userinput></screen> 

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doc/konqueror/faq.docbook View File

@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ helps.</para></answer>
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 <qandaentry>
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 <question><para>Where does &konqueror; keep all its configuration
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 data?</para></question>
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-<answer><para>Generally in the <filename>~/.kde</filename> folder (this may 
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+<answer><para>Generally in the <filename>~/.trinity</filename> folder (this may 
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 be <filename>~/.trinity</filename> on your system, depending on how &tde; 3 
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 was installed). Don't alter these files unless you really know what you are 
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 doing.</para>
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 <itemizedlist>
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 <listitem><para>The <filename
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-class="directory">~/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/profiles</filename> folder
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+class="directory">~/.trinity/share/apps/konqueror/profiles</filename> folder
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 holds individual files containing settings for each of your <link
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 linkend="save-settings">profiles.  </link></para></listitem>
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 <listitem><para>Your bookmarks are held in <filename
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-class="directory">~/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/bookmarks.xml</filename></para></listitem>
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+class="directory">~/.trinity/share/apps/konqueror/bookmarks.xml</filename></para></listitem>
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 <listitem><para>Cookies are held in <filename
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-class="directory">~/.kde/share/apps/kcookiejar/cookies</filename></para></listitem>
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+class="directory">~/.trinity/share/apps/kcookiejar/cookies</filename></para></listitem>
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 <listitem><para>Your history, as used for the auto-completion feature,  is in
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-<filename>~/.kde/share/config/konq_history</filename></para></listitem>
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+<filename>~/.trinity/share/config/konq_history</filename></para></listitem>
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 <listitem><para>In the folder <filename
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-class="directory">~/.kde/share/config/</filename> the files
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+class="directory">~/.trinity/share/config/</filename> the files
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 <filename>konqiconviewrc</filename>, <filename>konqlistviewrc</filename> and
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 <filename>konquerorrc</filename> hold a whole lot of general configuration
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 settings.</para></listitem>
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 <listitem><para>The folder
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-<filename class="directory">~/.kde/share/cache/http/</filename> 
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+<filename class="directory">~/.trinity/share/cache/http/</filename> 
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 contains the browser cache.</para></listitem>
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 <listitem><para>The Navigation Panel uses the files and subfolders in
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 <filename
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-class="directory">~/.kde/share/apps/konqsidebartng</filename></para></listitem>
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+class="directory">~/.trinity/share/apps/konqsidebartng</filename></para></listitem>
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 </itemizedlist>
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 <para>Any folder specific view settings are put into <literal

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doc/konqueror/filemanager.docbook View File

@@ -654,7 +654,7 @@ folder. You can get there in &konqueror; by choosing
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 <menuchoice><guimenu>Go</guimenu>
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 <guimenuitem>Applications</guimenuitem></menuchoice>. Then create a single icon
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 on your desktop to open your Applications folder, which is usually in
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-<filename class="directory">~/.kde/share/applnk</filename>.</para>
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+<filename class="directory">~/.trinity/share/applnk</filename>.</para>
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 <para>To put an application link icon into the panel, first create it in the
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 Applications folder then drag the icon onto a clear area of the

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doc/konqueror/plugins.docbook View File

@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ Plugins</guibutton> button or automatically each time &tde; starts up.</para>
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 role="extension">.so</literal> files containing plugin code. It examines every
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 such file to find out which <acronym>MIME</acronym> types the plugin
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 supports. It then creates <acronym>MIME</acronym> type definitions for &tde; in
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-the user's <filename class="directory"> ~/.kde/share/mimelnk</filename>
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+the user's <filename class="directory"> ~/.trinity/share/mimelnk</filename>
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 folder to make other applications aware of them.</para>
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 <para>The <guilabel>Plugins</guilabel> page shows you the &Netscape; plugins

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doc/konqueror/sidebar.docbook View File

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 a wider range of possibilities.</para>
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 <para>The folders shown in the <guilabel>Network</guilabel> page are held in 
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 the folder <filename class="directory">
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-~/.kde/share/apps/konqsidebartng/virtual_folders/remote/</filename>, and you can make 
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+~/.trinity/share/apps/konqsidebartng/virtual_folders/remote/</filename>, and you can make 
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 new ones just as you would make any other subfolder. The items within 
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 these folders are held as <literal role="extension">.desktop</literal> files 
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 and can be created with &konqueror;'s <menuchoice><guisubmenu>Create New</guisubmenu>

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doc/ksplashml/index.docbook View File

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 <para>To use themes from <ulink
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 url="http://www.kde-look.org">KDE-Look</ulink>, extract them to
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-<filename>~/.kde/share/apps/ksplash/Themes/</filename> for a single user, or
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+<filename>~/.trinity/share/apps/ksplash/Themes/</filename> for a single user, or
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 to
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 <filename>$<envar>TDEDIR</envar>/share/apps/ksplash/Themes/</filename>
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 to make them available to all users of your system.</para>
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 the theme to be recognized by &ksplash;, it should be stored in a
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 folder called <filename class="directory">MyCoolTheme</filename>
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 under <filename
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-class="directory">~/.kde/apps/ksplash/Themes/</filename>. It should
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+class="directory">~/.trinity/apps/ksplash/Themes/</filename>. It should
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 have a file called <filename>Theme.rc</filename>, containing the
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 settings of the theme. You can specify large numbers of special things
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 to theme, change the plugin engine to use, and so on. You do not have
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 <important>
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 <para>Ensure that the name of the directory that contains the theme files
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-(<filename class="directory">~/.kde/apps/ksplash/Themes/MyCoolTheme</filename>
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+(<filename class="directory">~/.trinity/apps/ksplash/Themes/MyCoolTheme</filename>
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 in this example) and the identifier (<literal>[KSplash Theme:
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 MyCoolTheme]</literal> in this example) of the theme in the
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 <filename>Theme.rc</filename> file are identical. Otherwise, &ksplash; will not

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doc/tdeprint/getting-started.docbook View File

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 the computer and are compliant with each other.  Their settings are
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 stored in the <filename>tdeprintrc</filename>.  This file is unique to
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 every user, and is normally installed in
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-<filename>$<envar>HOME</envar>/.kde/share/config/tdeprintrc</filename>.</para>
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 <warning>
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doc/userguide/tde-for-admins.docbook View File

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 class="directory">/opt/trinity</filename>).</para></listitem>
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 <listitem><para>One at the user level in the user's home directory
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 (usually <filename class="directory">
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-~/.kde</filename>)</para></listitem>
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 <para>As a system administrator you can create additional trees. Such
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 <itemizedlist>
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 <listitem><para><filename
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 &SuSE;-specific; other distributions may use
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-class="directory">$<envar>HOME</envar>/.kde/share/mimelnk/text/plain.desktop</filename></para>
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 <para>For configuration files the story is slightly different. If
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 <informalexample><para>
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 For example, if the following two files exist, with these contents:</para>
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 Color=red
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kcontrol/keys/README View File

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kcontrol/krdb/ad/README View File

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kcontrol/krdb/krdb.cpp View File

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kdebugdialog/README View File

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kioslave/trash/testtrash.cpp View File

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konqueror/client/kfmclient.cc View File

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konsole/other/README.Desktop View File

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konsole/other/README.KeyTab View File

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konsole/other/README.Schema View File

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 utility function KApplication::propagateSessionManager() reads this
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 setting and sets SESSION_MANAGER accordingly, so that child processes
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 If you experience trouble like 'logout does not work anymore' or 'I
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libkonq/SERVICEMENUS View File

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 How
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 - Create manually all window-specific settings that should be included (see above)

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