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Seems to be agreed on, yet stalled
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Maybe also /var/lib/docker?
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How will that approach handle visual differences between application controls and Plasma controls?
An example is Kubuntu's default theme combo, which I also use on my machine: Breeze (default, light) for apps and Breeze Dark for Plasma. Light apps and a visually distinct dark panel are not an esoteric combo, some other workspaces default to it, e.g.:
On GNOME, while maintaining a separate look, the shell style is part of the GTK theme IIRC, but Is it possible to combine two distinct control looks in terms of a single QQC2 style? Especially when our style is, in fact, a bridge from QWidgets style, which is hardly something we can expect 3rd-party developers (except Kvantum) to work on?
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Apr 28 2020
When I updated my parents' PC, they lost the TeamViewer desktop icon because it became monochrome.
Confirmed locally, the TeamViewer icon in the Dashboard menu is also monochrome.
This does not happen to the recently introduced Flameshot icon, so what's the difference here?
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On the screenshots, the notifications block tab bars and toolbars in 3 apps :)
Are you sure it's more convenient?
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Inserting the SIM card can/should only be done when the phone is powered off
Apr 8 2020
As an idea, the most common request has been to provide an up-to-date and regularly updated ISO for x86_64. As of now, that image is still from 02.2019.
Apr 6 2020
I don't have enough CMake knowledge to give code comments, but here are some things I can notice in case they help in review:
- The function specifically mentions Cargo workspace, which is basically a Rust alternative to TEMPLATE = subdirs in qmake. It doesn't seem though that the current implementation has code specific for this project type, and it can probably work just as well for normal executable and library projects. Am I missing something? If it can't, how would developers use this ECM module if they don't need the workspace? Can it be generalized?
- In the implementation that I mentioned, the resulting target gets a name that we can use directly, whereas in your usage example you have to manually use an artifact variable to actually be able to link. You also manually specify the shared library extension; will this require a platform-dependent wrapper in end user's CMakeLists to be able to use this on e.g. Windows?
Thank you for your work :)
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I'm not good at CMake modules, but maybe this code (which I used in a project) is useful:
Mar 29 2020
It seems that of released distros, only Fedora has vokoscreenNG in repositories so far
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Btw that overlay is always as tiny as on your screenshot, so not usable for a counter
Mar 17 2020
This breaks for people using Breeze for apps and Breeze Dark for Plasma:
pass environemnt variable TDESKTOP_DISABLE_TRAY_COUNTER=1 to telegram-desktop also make it follows KDE color scheme
This is not a solution; we need to make sure things work by default and not in terminal-hackish way. So for a novice user with default Kubuntu settings and an official Telegram build, "the icon is broken in KDE" now.
Tbh I'd rather we didn't interfere with 3rd-party apps at all.
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For color schemes that have contrasting titlebar and content colors, this patch makes application headers look giant...
It does look good with the proposed default color palette, but it makes many others, including current Breeze, look like an ugly CSD parody :/
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eCPC (Effective Cost per Click) = 9.79 ₽
The effective cost of a click. The average cost of a click is calculated by dividing the amount spent by the number of clicks.
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Well, if dedoimedo likes it this way, then it's probably the right thing to do ;)
It's hard to measure this in pixels, but on the screenshot, it's a 10% increase in size.
I use default font settings btw, with a global scaling factor of 1.25.
Feb 29 2020
Repeating my comment on the previous diff for this change: on my machine, the current spacing for systray elements already looks like your "after" screenshot. With normal usage, my systray area (icons + clock + a note widget) takes up 1/4 of the panel. Does it mean that after this change, it's going to be even larger?
Feb 26 2020
Right, so that's the difference in font style names between Qt and GTK that caused the problem?
Were you able to use an italic/bold/etc GTK font in 5.17 or earlier? I must admit I never tried, so if not being able to now is a regression, that's why I never noticed. :(
Never tried, but Regular worked :)
I am missing context on this bug, but I wonder why there were no issues with font configuration prior to 5.18
Feb 17 2020
I agree with @broulik in that the spacing already feels quite excessive, or at least doesn't need to be increased (:
FWIW there seems to be general consensus among PlaMo developers that the bottom navigation buttons have to go.
At the last sprint, I fixed behavior in Marble that required the "Close" button, so closing apps can be done from the multitasking screen, like on other platforms.
Switching to the home screen is also available from there, and the multitasking screen itself can be opened by a swipe from the bottom panel.
Feb 15 2020
Большинство изменений относятся к релизу 5.18, который уже позади; говорить о них сейчас нам не на пользу.
Все же нововведения к 5.19, кроме D26797, пока минорные.
Feb 13 2020
I don't understand the problem in-depth, but isn't it possible to write non-localized style name instead?
Feb 12 2020
This... does sound more confusing to me, yes 😅
It's not like the order of these actions makes more sense reversed when that feature is disabled; it's quite unrelated, it's just that it made me use and appreciate Dolphin tabs more :)
Also keep in mind what whenever we change the ordering of menu items, there's always someone who complains, so brace yourself. :)
I hope this will not be the case here, since the person unsatisfied with the change has to not use graphical web browsers, but I'd imagine that such a person would then not use a GUI file manager :)
But I tightened my seatbelts, just in case.
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The original icon (on my Android device, at least) looks like a framed pixelated painting, so still holds the "picture" association.
Pix is a gallery application, right? From the proposed icon, one cannot tell that...
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Uploaded the CSS revision to aether-sass/!12.
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Jan 28 2020
What about the "Get New Plugins" button in the same dialog? It still uses the old style.
Probably unrelated, but for me, both of these buttons fail to actually load anything, stuck connecting forever. I would blame all of my internet connections that I tried it with, but it does not happen in System Settings, so maybe there's some bug here.