I don't know what that first Link was for at all lol.
The first picture and last picture were before/after pictures to demonstrate the effect of the steps, so you'd know exactly what the steps would do.
I'm not sure what you are trying to get me to do.
I was trying to get the widget back to default settings without removing it.
When I click on the Lancelot Menu I don't get the option "Switch to Application Style"
That's my fault. It's been a while since I used KDE so I was thinking Lancelot was the default menu widget, which it isn't. My apologies.
I think a file for Lancelot was corrupted when taking snapshot while it was in Motion?
I installed Lancelot, and was able to easily get myself into a similar predicament
just by resizing the menu. Adding and removing the widget did not return it to default settings, nore did uninstalling and re-installing (even using purge!)
. I was able to fix the issue by deleting the config file for Lancelot (as discussed by MadmanRB)
, logging out, and then logging back in. A new config file was then automatically generated, and Lancelot returned to its default appearance. I did this 4 times, and it worked each time.Steps:
1. In terminal type:
Don't just type the command, browse the folder first, to make sure your config file is in the same place as mine was. For the record, in situations like this, the safe-practice would be to make a backup of the file before deleting it. I've just never been one to bother with that.