Planing in order to get KF6
Commit hooks are located here: https://cgit.kde.org/repo-management.git/tree/hooks/hooklib.py#n908
Tue, Feb 25
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Fri, Feb 21
Getting rid of widgets and QApplication doesn't necessarily mean getting rid of QtGui and QGuiApplication. They are a lot lot lighter.
Tue, Feb 18
Yes, it's been supported for years.
Seems like it, but I haven't tried anymore since getting burned on this prior to the creation of KDBusConnectionPool :D
@thiago would probably be able to answer this for sure?
Right, but do you agree that it now is supported?
This was added as using QDBusConnection from different threads at the same time wasn't supported, you needed one QDBusConnection instance per thread. IIRC that was the only reason for having this.
Mon, Feb 17
This raises a question. what do we want to do with KToolInvocation?
units is the id of the Object in the org.kde.desktop style (and in the default units file). But that is not true for all styles: In kirigamiplasmadesktopstyle it's unitsRoot and in kirigamiplasmastyle it doesn't have an id. The proper way to acess Units is through Kirigami.Units. If you are using plasma.core it also clashes with units. (I hope that's correct)
Sun, Feb 16
I'm confused. The units singleton shouldn't be exported but Kirigami.Units is fine? What's the difference?
Sat, Feb 15
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Wed, Feb 12
I like that as well. How would you want to handle menus then where tooltips don't show up currently? It could seem a bit redundant to hover Dolphin>Tools>Open Terminal and get a tooltip labeled "Open Terminal [linebreak] Show more". Well in most cases the tooltips aren't identical to the label so it wouldn't be that bad most of the time.
Mon, Feb 10
Sun, Feb 9
How about another approach: A collapsible tooltop. We could keep the current tooltip text, but add a button marked "Show more" on the bottom of the tooltip. When clicked, the tooltip expands to show the full "What's this" text for that widget, if it exists. This would require allowing the cursor to move into the tooltip area without closing it, of course.
I would say let's think about where users are supposed to find help and then we'll see if What's This is part of that solution. I see the following help "concepts" but I am unsure about the details: