Is there any way to enable the terminal feature onto right-click menu on desktop? While I can find it available in the Dolphin file explorer (as this image ), it is not when I right click onto my desktop (as this image) .
I am currently learning to use the KDE Plasma desktop environment.
Just to be sure, what you mean by explorer? You mean Dolphin file manager?
I could through Dolphin browse to the desktop folder and right click then open terminal.
I tried and changed the desktop layout from Desktop to Folder view but still right clicking doesn’t work.
So, try browsing the folders to the desktop folder and do it from there.
Maybe someone has a better suggestion.
Let me know how it goes, please.
From menu, choose “Configure Dolphin” or CTRL+SHIFT+comma (that’s the shortcut for me on Spiral KDE).
Go to “Services” tab.
See if “Open in Terminal” or “Run in Konsole” is listed. Check that, then click “Apply” then “OK”.
Also it could be enabled on toolbar. Right-button mouse click on hamburger menu and choose “Configure Toolbars”. Then in the search box in the dialog that appears, type “terminal”. You should be on your way afterwards. The terminal chosen from that button should open in the directory shown current by Dolphin.
I’m not a KDE user, but one way to do about the thing you describe is to create an application link to desktop. (This might not the the best way, but it works.)
Simply right click on the desktop background and a window opens. Then click the Application tab, add konsole as the Program, then set Work folder to your Desktop folder
(something like /home//Desktop). And click OK. Then Update your desktop e.g. by pressing the F5 key.
Now you should have a link to konsole application on the desktop, and clicking it will start konsole in the desktop folder.
Edit: another trivial way to use dolphin is to enable Terminal panel, and then click Desktop on the left side. Now the terminal panel changes to the desktop folder.