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Fri, Jan 11

raddison added a comment to T8187: Single click vs double-click.

@clel No, it was for Mike.

Fri, Jan 11, 1:52 PM · VDG
raddison added a comment to T9895: Improving single-click.

I'll be politically correct.

Fri, Jan 11, 1:50 PM · VDG

Tue, Jan 8

raddison added a comment to T9895: Improving single-click.

I'm sorry but I had misunderstood the purpose of task. This task is about improving single click. Has nothing to do with double click. @ngraham My apologies.

Tue, Jan 8, 1:37 PM · VDG
raddison added a comment to T8187: Single click vs double-click.

Closing because the discussion here is probably not going to yield any more fruit. Let's focus on improving the single-click UX over time.

Tue, Jan 8, 1:10 PM · VDG
raddison added a comment to T7928: Change default click settings to Double-Click.

Agreed.

Tue, Jan 8, 12:55 PM · Kubuntu

Mon, Jan 7

raddison added a comment to T9895: Improving single-click.
Mon, Jan 7, 8:52 PM · VDG
raddison added a comment to T7928: Change default click settings to Double-Click.

The motto of Plasma includes "simple by default" but this makes it not simple because people will be forced to deal with ...

Mon, Jan 7, 7:22 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T7928: Change default click settings to Double-Click.
Mon, Jan 7, 4:35 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T10152: Update www.kde.org to this decade.

"Distributions with Plasma" is gone or I'm just too blind to see it?

Mon, Jan 7, 11:48 AM · KDE Promo

Sun, Jan 6

raddison added a comment to T9895: Improving single-click.
Sun, Jan 6, 9:37 PM · VDG
raddison added a comment to T9895: Improving single-click.
Sun, Jan 6, 8:39 PM · VDG
raddison added a comment to T9895: Improving single-click.
Sun, Jan 6, 5:54 PM · VDG
raddison added a comment to T9895: Improving single-click.
Sun, Jan 6, 5:44 PM · VDG
raddison added a comment to T7928: Change default click settings to Double-Click.

What's the point of so much text? Bring methodological proof of which is overall better than the other. Leaning towards what the sheeple expect is populism. Please avoid the pitfalls of democracy or else democracy may backfire. The metrics only reveal that most people are not intelligent, hence not qualified to make decisions. I don't believe in elitism proper but voting is a skill and not a random intuition. The same applies here. Thank you.

Sun, Jan 6, 5:08 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to D18012: [SDDM theme] Update the theme preview.

You've got my blessing.

Sun, Jan 6, 4:35 PM · Plasma

Dec 10 2018

raddison added a comment to D16031: [SDDM theme] remove blur and increase UI contrast so that it's not required.

but I don't see why the lock and login screens should necessarily be identical in design

I do. The the login and lock screens should be visually consistent with each other. It's a no-brainer. How do we mitigate that?

It's far from being a no-brainer. There is a temporal and functional difference between the two screens. The user will spend only a very short amount of time within the login screen, whereas a lock screen may stay on the screen longer. The user will also use the SDDM predominantly just for logging in, whereas the lock screen is functionally more diverse - offers some control (e.g. media playback) over and insight (e.g notifications) into the machine.

Allow me to show an example: what is the point of having a huge centered clock in the login screen? It would make more sense to, for instance, jam it down into the newly created panel in order to simply have SDDM focused on what it's supposed to do: log you in. This is why some environments such as Windows, Deepin or GNOME don't have a big clock in the login screen, but have one in the lock screen; they were most likely thinking about conceptual differences instead of just advocating visual consistency solely for visual consistency's sake.

On the other hand, having a big clock actually makes sense on the lock screen if I'm working on something next to my computer and I want to check the clock.

Dec 10 2018, 12:19 PM · Plasma

Dec 9 2018

raddison added a comment to D16031: [SDDM theme] remove blur and increase UI contrast so that it's not required.

I think I'll have to use Gimp. When is the deadline? :)

Dec 9 2018, 6:37 PM · Plasma
raddison added a comment to D16031: [SDDM theme] remove blur and increase UI contrast so that it's not required.

ngraham wrote:

Dec 9 2018, 3:52 PM · Plasma
raddison added a comment to D16031: [SDDM theme] remove blur and increase UI contrast so that it's not required.

but I don't see why the lock and login screens should necessarily be identical in design

Dec 9 2018, 2:23 PM · Plasma

Dec 8 2018

raddison added a comment to T9658: Rethink blur-by-default for Breeze SDDM login screen theme for Plasma 5.15.

@filipf Indeed. Thanks! @ngraham Clear sailing ahead!

Dec 8 2018, 10:56 PM · Plasma, VDG
raddison added a comment to T9658: Rethink blur-by-default for Breeze SDDM login screen theme for Plasma 5.15.

... those who like it can use a forked 5.14 Breeze SDDM theme or the Chili theme.

Dec 8 2018, 3:31 PM · Plasma, VDG

Dec 7 2018

raddison added a comment to T9658: Rethink blur-by-default for Breeze SDDM login screen theme for Plasma 5.15.

If they will work with what you're trying to implement,

What I'm trying to implement is a change to the default Breeze theme. It doesn't impact other themes in any way.

Dec 7 2018, 4:34 PM · Plasma, VDG
raddison added a comment to T9658: Rethink blur-by-default for Breeze SDDM login screen theme for Plasma 5.15.

My objective is a win-win situation not a win-loose situation. I don't want either of the parties end up frustrated. I favor mitigation over exclusion. The thing is all desktops that are popular and/or have a significant market share use blur at login one way or the other. Would it be possible for those who favor full-screen blur to easily tweak their login (say via a third-party theme), should the proposed login pass?

Yes, the login screen is themable, and there are already a number of attractive high-blur themes available.

Dec 7 2018, 4:27 PM · Plasma, VDG
raddison added a comment to T9658: Rethink blur-by-default for Breeze SDDM login screen theme for Plasma 5.15.

My objective is a win-win situation not a win-loose situation. I don't want either of the parties end up frustrated. I favor mitigation over exclusion. The thing is all desktops that are popular and/or have a significant market share use blur at login one way or the other. Would it be possible for those who favor full-screen blur to easily tweak their login (say via a third-party theme), should the proposed login pass?

Dec 7 2018, 4:01 PM · Plasma, VDG

Dec 6 2018

raddison added a comment to T9658: Rethink blur-by-default for Breeze SDDM login screen theme for Plasma 5.15.

@filipf I think it looks great but the input box is breaking the guidelines. https://hig.kde.org/style/color/index.html

Dec 6 2018, 8:14 PM · Plasma, VDG
raddison added a comment to T9658: Rethink blur-by-default for Breeze SDDM login screen theme for Plasma 5.15.
Dec 6 2018, 12:18 PM · Plasma, VDG

Dec 5 2018

raddison added a comment to D16031: [SDDM theme] remove blur and increase UI contrast so that it's not required.

This patch adjusts the Breeze SDDM theme to remove the semi-permanently-blurred background, which has not been especially popular.

Dec 5 2018, 11:17 AM · Plasma

Dec 3 2018

raddison added a comment to D16031: [SDDM theme] remove blur and increase UI contrast so that it's not required.

I've also looked at the test plan and it's not exactly a stroke of genius if it looks like https://phabricator.kde.org/file/data/w3iyc7eov3ys6kmhrwi7/PHID-FILE-nya3nyqpjbmnijijvlwm/Screenshot_20181129_233236.png

You have two options:

  • Stop insulting people and their work
  • Go away

    Coming up with realistic solutions to difficult and controversial issues is hard. We have gone over a bunch of different designs and all of them have strengths and weaknesses. You are welcome to propose alternatives in T9658, but please do it with respect. Thanks.
Dec 3 2018, 8:50 PM · Plasma

Nov 30 2018

raddison added a comment to D16031: [SDDM theme] remove blur and increase UI contrast so that it's not required.

No, screenshots for the current proposal are in the Test Plan section of this patch. The image you're referring to was the old Plasma 5 design that was replaced in Plasma 5.8. I would support going back to that style of design because it solves virtually all of the problems here. But so far there doesn't seem to be a lot of enthusiasm for that. The

Nov 30 2018, 5:00 PM · Plasma
raddison added a comment to D16031: [SDDM theme] remove blur and increase UI contrast so that it's not required.

Still I find the original version with full blur and darkened background way better to read for many background pictures. I don't think it's wort it to sacrifice this usability factor to allow a better view of the background.

I think the same. Sacrificing the blur would result in dullness without any significant benefit.

Instead would it be possible to have a similar timeout for hiding the controls and unblurring as for the lockscreen (with visible controls and blur in the beginning)?

Yep, that would be great because it would result in a cohesive visual experience.

@romangg +1

I addressed all of that already: https://phabricator.kde.org/D16031#354282

Nov 30 2018, 4:14 PM · Plasma
raddison added a comment to T8252: Replace Ubiquity with Calamares in 19.04.

I'm in favor as well :)

Nov 30 2018, 2:08 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to D16031: [SDDM theme] remove blur and increase UI contrast so that it's not required.

Still I find the original version with full blur and darkened background way better to read for many background pictures. I don't think it's wort it to sacrifice this usability factor to allow a better view of the background.

Nov 30 2018, 1:40 PM · Plasma

Oct 4 2018

raddison awarded T9152: Remove scrollbar arrows in Firefox (Neon User 15.13.2) a Like token.
Oct 4 2018, 8:46 AM · Neon
raddison added a comment to T9152: Remove scrollbar arrows in Firefox (Neon User 15.13.2).

Breeze is maintained by Plasma and VDG teams

Oct 4 2018, 8:45 AM · Neon

Oct 3 2018

raddison added a comment to T9152: Remove scrollbar arrows in Firefox (Neon User 15.13.2).

This task has become irrelevant. It's been fixed for quite a while now. Who maintains it then? Just curious.

Oct 3 2018, 2:18 PM · Neon

Aug 31 2018

raddison closed T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies as Wontfix.

Thank you, Nate.

Aug 31 2018, 9:17 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.

Do you plan to share the answer with us?

Aug 31 2018, 9:11 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.

Why don't you ask them?

Aug 31 2018, 8:48 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.

@valorie Neon does not have apport. They say apport is undesirable. Do you have any idea why?

Aug 31 2018, 8:40 PM · Kubuntu

Aug 30 2018

raddison closed T8532: Post clear instructions on the Kubuntu mainsite on how to gpg --verify any Kubuntu image (including the daily builds) as Resolved.
Aug 30 2018, 1:48 PM · Kubuntu
raddison awarded T8532: Post clear instructions on the Kubuntu mainsite on how to gpg --verify any Kubuntu image (including the daily builds) a Like token.
Aug 30 2018, 1:47 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8532: Post clear instructions on the Kubuntu mainsite on how to gpg --verify any Kubuntu image (including the daily builds).

@valorie Cool! Thank you.

Aug 30 2018, 1:45 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.

You also tend to formulate your words in an accusatory and inflammatory way that puts people on the defensive.

I intend no harm. Lower your shields :)

Then please stop accusing.

Another actionable path: purge all of Ubuntu's crash handlers from the iso. If users want them, they can apt install them. KDE strives for privacy software. Shouldn't Kubuntu as well?

As the release manager, I will not agree to this. Flawed apport might be, but it is *not* snoopware. In fact, I very much wish that Dr. Konqui would be expanded to allow kde-bug packagename as apport facilitates via ubuntu-bug packagename. This is entirely under the control of the user and make quality bug reporting easy.

Filing issues like this on phab without otherwise interacting with the Kubuntu team is counter-productive. We very much want increased interaction with our upstream KDE, which is why we have our Phab instance here. At least assign the issue to someone so that we can dialog. Just filing an issue without any interaction is like shouting into an empty room. Frustrating and exhausting for no purpose.

Aug 30 2018, 1:23 PM · Kubuntu

Aug 27 2018

raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.

You also tend to formulate your words in an accusatory and inflammatory way that puts people on the defensive.

Aug 27 2018, 6:45 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8381: Let's improve the look 'n feel of the installer and use more meaningful visuals and wording.

I have translated the Neon slideshow so I'm pretty sure the text is not incorporated into images. Anyway, making the text translatable is a necessity IMO. Non-English users will not be impressed by a partially translated installer.

Aug 27 2018, 6:22 PM · Kubuntu

Aug 21 2018

raddison added a comment to T9452: kerneloops on ISO.

reports suggest kerneloops is on the ISO

Aug 21 2018, 5:56 PM · KDE Neon : bionic

Aug 7 2018

raddison removed a watcher for Kubuntu: raddison.
Aug 7 2018, 2:37 PM
raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.

it must be frustrating for you too since you don't manage to get anything done.

Absolutely.

Surely there are more fun or productive things you could be doing with your time.

Correct.

Aug 7 2018, 2:27 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.

Lol, Nate, you know what I mean. I had to formulate it somehow :)

Aug 7 2018, 2:00 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.

What snoopware?

Aug 7 2018, 1:51 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T9303: Make a text in Kubuntu installer more precise.

@oysteins Let us collaborate. Please post the text from all instances right here and I'll try to re-write it in English.

Aug 7 2018, 1:40 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.

Actionable path: purge all snoopware out of Kubuntu.

Aug 7 2018, 1:30 PM · Kubuntu
raddison renamed T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies from Document ubuntu-report, apport, popularity-contest, whoopsie, kerneloops, etc. properly to Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.
Aug 7 2018, 1:29 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8381: Let's improve the look 'n feel of the installer and use more meaningful visuals and wording.

Would that make translations more difficult? That is, instead of merely substituting text, images need to be re-created?

Aug 7 2018, 11:50 AM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8381: Let's improve the look 'n feel of the installer and use more meaningful visuals and wording.

@ngraham Would you favor an all-image slide show, where text is incorporated into images (kinda like what Neon does)?

Aug 7 2018, 11:44 AM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T9303: Make a text in Kubuntu installer more precise.

Raddison, please read the description again, and you'll see that I proposed to fix the full stop. And while I agree that other texts could benefit from polish, may I suggest that you submit that in a new task; this one is merely about these two sentences.

Aug 7 2018, 8:39 AM · Kubuntu

Aug 4 2018

raddison added a comment to T9303: Make a text in Kubuntu installer more precise.

No space after full stop. Signing out :(

Aug 4 2018, 8:30 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T9303: Make a text in Kubuntu installer more precise.

I'll look into it as soon as I get a moment.

Aug 4 2018, 8:09 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T9303: Make a text in Kubuntu installer more precise.

It should all be re-written from scratch. It's way too verbose and contentwize meaningless. 16.04 actually makes some sense but 18.04 is awful. No offence intended but that's the obvious truth.

Aug 4 2018, 8:05 PM · Kubuntu

Aug 1 2018

raddison added a comment to T7979: Use kicker by default for Application Launcher : Wait until 18.10; re-test.

That wasn't my intention in the slightest but I'll still take your advice.

Aug 1 2018, 6:00 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8607: Faulty text rendering on file drag - 18.04 release.

It should have been obvious as soon as the defaults were changed. That way upstream could have been engaged earlier or the altering couldn't have been delayed. It was an unfortunate happening. All I'm saying is that maybe we can learn something from it. Lol, I'm not blaming anyone. It was OUR failure.

Aug 1 2018, 5:55 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T7979: Use kicker by default for Application Launcher : Wait until 18.10; re-test.

Oh, c'mon! Let's not blow it out of proportions. I just stated my opinion.

Aug 1 2018, 5:41 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8607: Faulty text rendering on file drag - 18.04 release.

It was a upstream bug indeed. Which should have been sorted out before and not after altering the defaults. So the order was all wrong.

Aug 1 2018, 5:33 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8607: Faulty text rendering on file drag - 18.04 release.

A good example of why you should be cautious when changing upstream settings.

Aug 1 2018, 5:21 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T9151: Move default hotcorner to top-left corner.

I trust that whatever you choose, it'll work for anyone *who knows* how the desktop works so +1 from me. Still, this task lacks any logical or methodological framework.

Aug 1 2018, 5:15 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T9151: Move default hotcorner to top-left corner.
Aug 1 2018, 4:38 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T7979: Use kicker by default for Application Launcher : Wait until 18.10; re-test.

Whatever you like, but I can't shake the feeling that you're pushing your own agenda, instead of the wider community's. You're also implying that the user base is not very smart. I don't know who on earth coined this "new user" concept that is void of any real significance and it's just a a front-end for propaganda. The user is expected to learn how the desktop works and all these deviations from upstream defaults are not very smart. This is not addressed to anyone in particular. Changing some defaults won't make Kubuntu any better.

Aug 1 2018, 4:27 PM · Kubuntu

Jul 31 2018

raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.

I think it would also be beneficial for Kubuntu to consult KDE's policies on data collection and telemetry. https://community.kde.org/Policies/Telemetry_Policy and find out whether Kubuntu is compliant with those.

Jul 31 2018, 7:26 PM · Kubuntu

Jul 24 2018

raddison added a comment to T8252: Replace Ubiquity with Calamares in 19.04.

Any news?

Jul 24 2018, 2:03 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T9151: Move default hotcorner to top-left corner.

:)

Jul 24 2018, 2:00 PM · Kubuntu

Jul 18 2018

raddison added a comment to T9151: Move default hotcorner to top-left corner.

The whole point of good defaults is that they should work well for the majority of people and use cases without needing to be changed.

Jul 18 2018, 12:20 PM · Kubuntu

Jul 10 2018

raddison added a comment to T8480: Make VLC VDG-compliant.

VLC is a Qt 5 app, which is great. We should get in touch with the devs and propose them to package it with breeze icons. https://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?t=145054

Jul 10 2018, 9:21 AM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T9151: Move default hotcorner to top-left corner.

Since one can customize his/her setup, your proposal doesn't bother me at all. Different people are likely to favor one setup over the other.

Jul 10 2018, 8:58 AM · Kubuntu

Jul 7 2018

raddison added a comment to T8608: Dummy download icons in Firefox - 18.04 release.

Thanks! Now we investigate the issue and try to find a fix. :)

Jul 7 2018, 6:43 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T9151: Move default hotcorner to top-left corner.


This is my Neon setup. Hotcorner at the top-right seems reasonable to me. No matter how you set it up, there will always be somebody complaining.

Jul 7 2018, 6:39 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T9151: Move default hotcorner to top-left corner.

Rik is right. The best possible scenario has been chosen.

Jul 7 2018, 6:17 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T9152: Remove scrollbar arrows in Firefox (Neon User 15.13.2).

In Kubuntu 18.04, there are no scrollbar arrows in Firefox and it looks better that way.

Jul 7 2018, 6:09 PM · Neon
raddison created T9152: Remove scrollbar arrows in Firefox (Neon User 15.13.2).
Jul 7 2018, 6:06 PM · Neon

Jul 6 2018

raddison added a comment to T8608: Dummy download icons in Firefox - 18.04 release.

Thank you, Nathan. It should be fixed asap.

Jul 6 2018, 3:59 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8607: Faulty text rendering on file drag - 18.04 release.


Neon User Edition - Default Settings - No Glitch

Jul 6 2018, 3:49 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8604: Double trash on desktop - 18.04 release.

:)

Jul 6 2018, 12:58 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8604: Double trash on desktop - 18.04 release.

If I kill and restart plasmashell the behavior stops happening.

Jul 6 2018, 12:41 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8604: Double trash on desktop - 18.04 release.

https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=396247 :(

Jul 6 2018, 12:27 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8604: Double trash on desktop - 18.04 release.

FWIW I *can* reproduce this on Neon with Plasma 5.13.2, which should already have the fix you linked to. But I had to create a *new* Activity to trigger the bug (was not triggered in existing Activities).

Jul 6 2018, 11:47 AM · Kubuntu

Jul 3 2018

raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.

@ngraham Like .pdf file that is downloadable from Kubuntu's site explaining in great detail what the packages mentioned in the task's title are and which are and which aren't included in the Kubuntu ISO by default. Just an example tho.

Jul 3 2018, 2:49 PM · Kubuntu
raddison reopened T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies as "Open".
Jul 3 2018, 2:27 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.

Kubuntu doesn't use ubuntu-report

Jul 3 2018, 2:23 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.


And this as well.
It's not that https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ErrorTracker is not documented, but it's not very obvious to the user base (if at all). Trust can only be regained by helping people to get rid of their misconceptions. Granting them easy access to information plays an essential role in it. I wonder how can this be done in Kubuntu's case.

Jul 3 2018, 2:12 PM · Kubuntu
raddison updated subscribers of T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.

@michaeltunnell Wouldn't you agree?

Jul 3 2018, 1:30 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.

It's not that https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ErrorTracker is not documented, but it's not very obvious to the user base (if at all). Trust can only be regained by helping people to get rid of their misconceptions. Granting them easy access to information plays an essential role in it. I wonder how can this be done in Kubuntu's case.

Jul 3 2018, 1:24 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T7618: Turn on Slight RGB font hinting by default.

I recommend changing this to "Enabled", and in the "Configure..." dialog, set "Sub-pixel rendering type" to "RGB" and "Hinting style" to "Slight"

Jul 3 2018, 12:54 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8607: Faulty text rendering on file drag - 18.04 release.

Please report a bug rather than creating a task here for every small glitch/bug. That way, should anyone else happen to be experience the same, they can find it in bug reports, confirm and give more info.

Jul 3 2018, 12:36 PM · Kubuntu

Jul 2 2018

raddison added a comment to T8607: Faulty text rendering on file drag - 18.04 release.

T7618 Probably the root of the issue.

Jul 2 2018, 7:27 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T7523: Product Manager.

+1

Jul 2 2018, 7:13 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8607: Faulty text rendering on file drag - 18.04 release.

Reboot might be required to take effect.

Jul 2 2018, 6:22 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8607: Faulty text rendering on file drag - 18.04 release.

Okay, seems this is the only way to get rid of the glitch.

Jul 2 2018, 6:20 PM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8693: Make Kubuntu Compliant with KDE's Privacy Policies.
Jul 2 2018, 6:02 PM · Kubuntu
raddison updated subscribers of T8604: Double trash on desktop - 18.04 release.

@ngraham Advise needed.

Jul 2 2018, 9:53 AM · Kubuntu
raddison moved T8608: Dummy download icons in Firefox - 18.04 release from Inbox to Packaging / Devel on the Kubuntu board.

Now the question is: is this a Kubuntu issue or an Ubuntu issue? Can you reproduce the issue with a fresh install of regular old Ubuntu 18.04 too? If so, it should be reported on launchpad. If not, it can stay here.

Jul 2 2018, 9:46 AM · Kubuntu
raddison added a comment to T8607: Faulty text rendering on file drag - 18.04 release.


There. I've joined the crowd :)

Jul 2 2018, 8:28 AM · Kubuntu