I just installed KDE with arch linux and I'm trying to remove icons from the titlebar, after looking into the settings and on various websites I didn't manage to find a way. Does anyone know if this is possible? Thanks

  • Haven't touched Neon yet. This was a bit tricky in previous KDE versions. In those versions, to get them out of the panel, you have to first click on the i ching symbol (the three stacked horizontal bars - or, before that, the cashew symbol) to open the panel for modification. Then, when you hover over an icon, a tool tip appears with the option to delete the icon. Maybe Neon does things in a similar way. – Joe Oct 21 '16 at 21:08

System Settings → Application Style → Window Decorations → Buttons.

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