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- Jun 17 2016, 7:59 AM (140 w, 17 m)
Tue, Feb 12
I'll have to look at how much actual size it might add. We are very close to OVERSIZE for the 2GB limit, which gets me complaining emails now if we exceed it, and a warning on our image download page. I recently had to take libreoffice-base off the iso to creep under the limit again.
Sat, Feb 9
Is this not breaking ABI? even if just moving to another lib?
Jan 20 2019
Causes build failures on KDE Neon builds.
Added to seed and desktop meta now the package is not so HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGe.
Jan 19 2019
Fixed for Disco
Jan 17 2019
Build fails now on Kubuntu Cosmic and Disco builds.
This breaks NeonKubuntu builds, whereas previously the builds were working as I explicitly had added python3-cairo to the build depends. It is there still, but cmake thinks not.
Jan 16 2019
Please report a bug against the package in launchpad. Then me or Simon can look at this.
Jan 14 2019
Jan 11 2019
Build and passes on Kubuntu CI now.
Kubuntu CI builds
Jan 7 2019
Jan 4 2019
Jan 3 2019
Jan 2 2019
Dec 31 2018
Dec 30 2018
i.e. not before July 2019?
Setting this even Plasma session wide crashes Thunderbird, which is NOT acceptable.
Ok. Maybe wider testing in Disco 19.04.
Dec 29 2018
Dec 28 2018
In our case adding a 50-firefox.sh (arbitrary name) containing export GTK_USE_PORTAL=1 to /usr/share/kubuntu-default-settings/kf5-settings/plasma-workspace/env/ seems to work.
I think the problem with local desktop files is that if you remove Firefox or it has an updated desktop file the local one is still showing up.
Is there really no way to make a modified system-wide desktop entry?
Dec 27 2018
We cannot modify the firefox desktop file.
Are upstream changes being looked at likely for plasma 5.15?
I know it's a store.kde.org package and not a distro package, but is there any way we can ship with it anyway? Do we have some facility for automatically installing store.kde.org content?
We already had the 11pt discussion, and decided against. It just makes the things bigger and more clownish looking (as if a 3 year old with bad eyesight had designed it), and bumps the UI scaling in ways that hurt on older hardware with lower size/res screens.
I have always thought the Ubuntu font looks quite 'unamazing' on KDE, but that is a very subjective, personal and likely hardware and setup dependant thing.
Dec 26 2018
I have someone on IRC asking....