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>> This is not a feature I've used a lot, but I notice it is not in 3.1
>> default. And, I cannot find where to turn it on. Did the ability to
>> off a menu and have it open on the desktop go away in 3.1? I run
>> 8.0 and it is in 3.0.3 that came with redhat. I had rc6 running
>> before 3.1
>> and it was not there either. Am I just overlooking it in the Control
> KControl -> Appearance & Themes -> Style -> Effects
> Check the "Gui Effects" box, and you'll see it's the last on the list
> there, and defaults to disabled.
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> Lauri Watts
> KDE Documentation: http://i18n.kde.org/doc/
> KDE on FreeBSD: http://freebsd.kde.org/
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Thanks for the reply. I "found" the place in Control Panel to set this.
The only choice is Application Level. I selected that, but nothing
changed. I logged out and back in, I restarted X, and then I rebooted.
But, no tear off menu. Before, there used to be a dashed line at the
bottom of each menu and if you clicked it, the menu would open on your
desktop. I don't see any dashed line or any other way to get the menu to
"tear off". I built KDE 3.1 from source using Konstruct. Konstruct is an
amazing set of scripts, but did I miss something that this feature does not
seem to work.