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- Nov 15 2016, 12:17 AM (201 w, 3 d)
Sat, Sep 12
Flathub builds a Skrooge flatpak from its own spec at https://github.com/flathub/org.kde.skrooge/blob/master/org.kde.skrooge.json , and kdeapps checks Skrooge's git master every day for changes and builds using https://invent.kde.org/office/skrooge/-/blob/master/org.kde.skrooge.json .
Jun 3 2020
Bonjour @smankowski , I think I figured out Differential and Arcanist just in time for the move to invent/GitLab 😉 . Do you want me to re-submit this in invent/GitLab? I'll have the same questions there about icon sizes...
Jun 2 2020
Fixed two capitalizations
Jun 1 2020
I'm not sure who should review Skrooge doc changes. I did not rebuild the Skrooge Handbook to test, sorry.
Stephane, should I file a bug for this addition?
May 13 2020
Works for me, but I have concerns.
Mar 19 2020
M. MANKOWSKI made the same fix in f835b16d
Mar 10 2020
Nov 17 2019
- address yurchor's doc comments in Differential
This was intended to be an update to D25085 but instead arc diff created a new diff. Sorry!
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Sep 28 2018
Please consider Dolphin changes in concert with the Plasma Device Notifier to minimize inconsistency. In plasmashell 5.13.4 on Fedora 29 beta after mounting a USB flash it has the same obscure green emblem but offset, a different more colorful icon with a weird extra blue bit on the bottom, a blue "progress bar" indicating used disk space (which I thought Dolphin Places panel displays for the selected disk then I realized that's the horizontal scrollbar 😄), and an eject symbol. I like the idea of dimming an unmounted drive but leaving the mount symbol (an inverted eject in the Plasma Device Notifier with a nice tooltip) active. If you added the used space bar and mount/unmount icons underneath the disk name then the disk icons could be larger which has pros and cons.
Aug 21 2018
Jan 25 2017
There is KDE Bugzilla 358440 "Should be aware of firewalls", I apologize if this is the wrong place.