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    Cool removed .kde folder

    helo all

    i am usin bt 5 r2

    i deleted .kde folder and now i am using the default kde4 desktop

    how to get back the bt5 desktop that came initially when i first booted into bt5 r2

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    Default Re: removed .kde folder

    I will respond to this like this.

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    Default Re: removed .kde folder

    i have not removed the desktop i have simply removed the folder /home/.kde
    this has made me loose the default bt5 r2 theme that comes originally loaded with bt5
    rest all is working fine
    i am only asking for the location of the scripts which i have to place back to get the theme back

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    Default Re: removed .kde folder

    i have not removed the desktop i have simply removed the folder /home/.kde
    this has made me loose the default bt5 r2 theme that comes originally loaded with bt5
    rest all is working fine
    i am only asking for the location of the scripts which i have to place back to get the theme back

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