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Here you can change the component program. Components are programs that handle basic tasks, like the terminal emulator, the text editor and the email client. Different KDE applications sometimes need to invoke a console emulator, send a mail or display some text. To do so consistently, these applications always call the same components. You can choose here which programs these components are.
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Here you can read a small description of the currently selected component. To change the selected component, click on the list to the left. To change the component program, please choose it below.
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<p>This list shows the configurable component types. Click the component you want to configure.</p>
<p>In this dialog you can change KDE default components. Components are programs that handle basic tasks, like the terminal emulator, the text editor and the email client. Different KDE applications sometimes need to invoke a console emulator, send a mail or display some text. To do so consistently, these applications always call the same components. Here you can select which programs these components are.</p>
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<ul> <li>%t: Recipient's address</li> <li>%s: Subject</li> <li>%c: Carbon Copy (CC)</li> <li>%b: Blind Carbon Copy (BCC)</li> <li>%B: Template body text</li> <li>%A: Attachment </li> </ul>
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Press this button to select your favorite email client. Please note that the file you select has to have the executable attribute set in order to be accepted.<br> You can also use several placeholders which will be replaced with the actual values when the email client is called:<ul> <li>%t: Recipient's address</li> <li>%s: Subject</li> <li>%c: Carbon Copy (CC)</li> <li>%b: Blind Carbon Copy (BCC)</li> <li>%B: Template body text</li> <li>%A: Attachment </li> </ul>
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Press this button to select your favorite terminal client. Please note that the file you select has to have the executable attribute set in order to be accepted.<br> Also note that some programs that utilize Terminal Emulator will not work if you add command line arguments (Example: konsole -ls).
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