What is the way to add there some document manually?
(E.g. to put a
*.desktop file into some specific folder, or to run some command similar to
xdg-open, or etc.)
You could enter
find ~ \( -type d -or -type f \) -iname '*recent*' to get a list of files and directories that contain
RECENT, or some other case permutation thereof, in their names that exist in your home directory --
-iname means case insensitive name. Then, it would be a matter of inspecting the results one by one.
In my case (Debian Testing), it's in
There are 3 categories of "Recents" that can be displayed. I personally switch to the "classic" menu view where these are easily displayed. All there are added/deleted/modified in the "kdeglobals" file usually found at:
and should contain these:
[Recent Applications] MaxEntries=20 UseRecent=true [Recent Documments] MaxEntries=25 UseRecent=true [Recent Installed] MaxEntries=20 UseRecent=true
Changing UseRecent true/false determines which show, but you'll notice the MaxEntries is set elsewhere, controllinng a "cat" or "trail" read of the containing log file, so unless you find where to change that default "file read" you'll max at only 10 items read/displayed.
I'm hunting for that as you see I want to exceed the "10" limit.