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Accesability applet

Postby pythagorasmk » 2020-11-15 01:57

I am using KDE with Debian Buster. Every time I start the system Accessibility applet is started. How to disable Accessibility applet from starting with the system?
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Re: Accesability applet

Postby stevepusser » 2020-11-15 04:48

You should be able to disable the startup in KDE's system settings. Try "session" or "startup" as search terms to make finding it easier.
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Re: Accesability applet

Postby pythagorasmk » 2020-11-15 07:19

I cannot find anything about startup of the accessibility applet in system settings.
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Re: Accesability applet

Postby sunrat » 2020-11-15 07:31

What starts exactly? Is it just the plasmoid in the panel? You can remove plasmoids. Right click on panel, select Edit Panel, then hover over what you want to remove and a popup should appear with remove option.
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Re: Accesability applet

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2020-11-15 17:28

Check ~/.config/autostart/ for any .desktop files that may be responsible.

See also https://specifications.freedesktop.org/ ... atest.html
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Re: Accesability applet

Postby pythagorasmk » 2020-11-15 17:44

sunrat wrote:What starts exactly? Is it just the plasmoid in the panel? You can remove plasmoids. Right click on panel, select Edit Panel, then hover over what you want to remove and a popup should appear with remove option.

It is application "kaccessibleapp", and its icon is part of the system tray. There is nothing in ~/.config/autostart, I don't know how it is started, that is the problem.
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Re: Accesability applet

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2020-11-15 17:55

pythagorasmk wrote:It is application "kaccessibleapp"

That seems to rely on /usr/share/dbus-1/services/org.kde.kaccessible.service so perhaps see https://askubuntu.com/questions/843076/ ... us-service
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Re: Accesability applet

Postby pythagorasmk » 2020-11-15 19:00

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:
pythagorasmk wrote:It is application "kaccessibleapp"

That seems to rely on /usr/share/dbus-1/services/org.kde.kaccessible.service so perhaps see https://askubuntu.com/questions/843076/ ... us-service

Too be honest, I don't know anything about XML. I cannot understand how to block the execution of the org.kde.kaccessible.service.
For now I will manually close kaccessible app.
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Re: Accesability applet

Postby sunrat » 2020-11-15 20:22

Did you try unchecking all the check boxes in System Settings > Accessibility?
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