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==PLASMA_TRACK_STARTUP==
 
==PLASMA_TRACK_STARTUP==
 
Tracks startup time in a log file in /tmp
 
Tracks startup time in a log file in /tmp
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==KDE_NO_GLOBAL_MENU==
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''(since Plasma 5.11)''
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Disable global menu, even if it is enabled in settings. This only affects Qt-based applications using Plasma-Integration.
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It can be useful to disable global menu for individual applications that have issues with global menu support (please do file bug reports about this to either the application or global menu in plasmashell!).
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<code>KDE_NO_GLOBAL_MENU=1 kwrite</code>
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You can disable global menu for all application in System Settings → Application Appearance → Widget Style → "Fine Tuning" tab.

Revision as of 10:25, 21 June 2017

Available Environment Variables

Plasmashell supports a number of environment variables to overwrite some settings or checks. The following variables are supported:

DEBUGGING

PLASMA_TRACK_STARTUP

Tracks startup time in a log file in /tmp

KDE_NO_GLOBAL_MENU

(since Plasma 5.11)

Disable global menu, even if it is enabled in settings. This only affects Qt-based applications using Plasma-Integration.

It can be useful to disable global menu for individual applications that have issues with global menu support (please do file bug reports about this to either the application or global menu in plasmashell!).

KDE_NO_GLOBAL_MENU=1 kwrite

You can disable global menu for all application in System Settings → Application Appearance → Widget Style → "Fine Tuning" tab.


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