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A very small annoyance, but I'd love to fix it...

In the kde Text Editor save window there is a checkbox to show hidden files. Can I fix this so it defaults to an unchecked state ?
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Hi! Frenomulax,
Just Try to do the following:
1. Open the Text Editor

2. Click on File -> Save

3. On the top of the dialog box there is a tool bar, check out the last tool button which looks like a cog wheel ( or a star fish!). Click on this button ( Configure this dialog button )

4. Go to the 'Look and Feel' Tab and Uncheck the 'Show Hidden' check box and close the dialog box.

5. Then click on Options -> Save Options on the menu bar to save the changes.

I hope this works fine for you and your annoyance grows to a smile :))
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