#Falkon має всі стандартні функції, які ви очікуєте від веб-браузера. Він містить закладки, історію (обидва також на бічній панелі) і також вкладки. Крім того, він за замовчуванням увімкнув блокування реклами за допомогою вбудованого плагіна AdBlock.
@vcdnrw Bekanntemaßen ist die Navigator-App der Bahn voller Tracker.
@kuketzblog hatte dies herausgefunden
Für Android und Linux-User könnte das hier vielleicht eine trackingfreie Alternative sein:
Ist mir empfohlen worden, hab's selbst noch nicht ausprobiert.
is there a kde equivalent of espresso (toolbar button for inhibiting sleep)?
Nicht so bei #Spectacle, dem Tool für Screenshots. Das kann zwar jetzt tolle Dinge, aber ohne Tastatur kann man beim Bearbeiten nicht den Bildinhalt verschieben.
Früher ging das mit der mittleren Maustaste.
October is upon us...
As such all #XeroLinux ISO profiles have been updated on Github.. You can safely build them now. As for pre-built ones will be available in next few days... Also #Wayland has been included on both #KDE and #Gnome, up to you if you use it or not (not recommended if you use #nVidia). #FOSS #Linux
लिनक्स डेस्कटॉप वातावरण की खोज: गनोम बनाम केडीई बनाम एक्सएफसीई और बहुत कुछ
Si arreglan este issue en #KDE, por fin vamos a estar a la altura de Windows 11 🙏
This week in KDE: time for the new features
Another week of KDE Plasma 6 big smashing and new features, and it's a long list of good stuff. The biggest news this week:
The Overview and Desktop Grid effects have been merged together into one, with fluid and natural-feeling touchpad gestures to transition between all states. It’s really awesome work, and also fixed a ton of open bug reports!
Merge desktop grid and overview together with a new three-state design
»Merges the desktop grid and overview effects together in a new three-state one;
you can switch between them with a certain shortcut or gesture, and you can also
still access either the desktop grid or overview directly.«
Gehe davon aus, dass das wieder reihenweise Features & Workflows kaputtmachen wird. Hab echt Panik. Und ich hasse die kleineren Fenstervorschauen im macOS-Stil.
if there is one thing #KDE Plasma has helped me recognize, it is most definitely the fact that i care about consistency in my app / OS design far more than i ever realized.
i never considered it around the time i just ran windows, but admittedly, the only reason i ran windows as long as i did was because i was so badly informed on what linux actually was... like a lot of people, i think.
i deadass thought it was just a terminal for... years. never looked, never questioned it. just an old-school text-box. dunno why, but that was my vision for many years LMAO
Faced an issue recently: notifications from
notify-send were coming as a pop-up but not showing up in the #KDE notification center history.
Had to go to Settings -> Notification -> Configure Application-Specific Settings -> Other Applications and check “Show in history” to make it work.
No one was able to tell me this yet regardless of where I asked so I'd be happy if you could boost this post so I may find someone who is able to give me an answer...
So if I make my custom theme in #KDE #Plasma how exactly can I set this here to show up in the quick settings. So that I don't switch back and destroy my customization if I accidentally click on Breeze Dark. So i.e. I want to replace Breeze Dark in the quick settings with a custom theme by myself with my own adjustments.
A few weeks with Ubuntu as desktop and I am reminded of why I always end up switching to Kubuntu (KDE).
For some reason GNOME strives to completely dumb down and simplify the desktop and all its apps. Who is this hypothetical user in 2023 they are designing for who is so new to desktop computing that a few settings/buttons in an app will scare them? 🙄
A new top-level navigation bar, more editing capabilities, more export and sharing options and finally back in the Google Play store - what happened the past two month around #KDE Itinerary: https://volkerkrause.eu/2023/09/29/kde-itinerary-august-september-2023.html
How to do the same on Windows 10/11:
Click Start. Find Powershell. Right click it, run as administrator.
powercfg /batteryreport /output "C:\battery-report.html"
Go to explorer, find that file, open it, tell Edge it's ok to open it and you don't need to sync anything.
🤡 bUt WiNdOwS iS sO mUcH sImPLiEr!🤡
No, MS Fan, you are.
Here's my work in #KDE this month, September 🙂
So I'm going to make myself comfortable with a terminal environment. Or rather: I will MAKE myself a terminal environment, because unfortunately there is no good preconfigured terminal "desktop" that just works. I'm going to have to edit a lot of config files...
I wish there was some kind of vintage desktop I could use like... I don't know, #KDE 1? Surely that worked with 256 MB of RAM back then. 🤔
In case anyone wants to help, here is a list of Plasma Mobile apps that still need to be port to Qt6: https://invent.kde.org/teams/plasma-mobile/issues/-/issues/239
If you are interested, join our Matrix channel https://matrix.to/#/#plasmamobile:kde.org
Okay, this is cool! #KDE 's Kate creates a custom desktop file inside of ~/.local/share/applications to work around the lack of a custom jumplist for applications. (All we have right now, are the "Recent Files" thing or hardcoded actions)
It updates the desktop file with your session list and that's such a neat solution. I might steal this idea for Tokodon, because I want customized desktop actions for it too!
They seem to have learned from the big #KDE 4 launch fiasco.
In the last few days, I participated to both the Matrix Community Summit and the KDE Promo Sprint. He is a short overview of everything I did.
I've also been trying #GNOME and I'm very pleased with the UX changes since GNOME 40.
They finally rolled back some of the most controversial ideas from GNOME 3, such as the vertical arrangement of virtual desktops.
The also reintroruced basic configurability for fonts, keyboard shortcuts and more. No need to install extensions and tweaks.
Sorry for the long reply, @taoeffect !
All it took was a truly great community manager who reads user comments on bugs and social media, and motivates #KDE developers to work on the ones that impact a large number of users.
It's not an easy job: users often come with unreasonable expectations, and frustrated users become offensive.
Here's a contentious bug on which I commented:
Here Nate keeps reminding everyone that a fix already exists, but not all distros have picked it up yet.
Funny how large enterprise #Linux deployments spend time switching to a desktop environment which resembles classic Windows.
#KDE or #GNOME, idc about the debate. i love keeping up with both and messing with both from time-to-time. i'm not someone in for making a dedicated decision and sticking to it, that goes for many things.
i like to leave myself open, thinking and constantly ready to experiment. luckily, #linux seems to be a great hobby for that. :)
@jarek whisper it softly: rss is the future
there are still plenty of sites that emit it and more will come if people start moving away from the walled gardens.
many steps are required to get there. for power users what is missing is a really good desktop rss "browser". quiterss is abandonware and while #akregator is a decent #kde app its missing the fundamental filtering functionality
What are your #FOSS Infinity Stones?
The list of 5 top applications that allow you to replace the proprietary tools typically used by people similar to you, that make your daily life mostly FOSS?
My job is making written and video tutorials related to the web so for me it's:
No Adobe or data hoarding apps needed.
Been using #Ubuntu on and off since the distro was released (usually the LTS builds) for workstations and servers.
Going to look into seeing how well KDE/Wayland/Nvidia all play together and probably move my workstation to Fedora.
@jaredwhite I've been on the other side of the DE divide (#KDE) and been loving it. it looks a little less modern than #Gnome but it's a lot more customizable which I enjoy. Haven't touched my #Windows11 install more than a few times since I built this machine and set up dual boot. I use it for work and personal, and couldn't be happier with #Linux on the #desktop
Just a fun painting of an elderly man, cowboy or farmer not sure...
***LAST EDITED*** 2/9/23
This week, we have #KDE Plasma 6's release date (I'll spoil the video: it's in 5 months), we have the new #Ubuntu App Center, which seems to still not allow users to install anything other than snaps (let's hope this changes), and we have #GNOME 45 breaking all extensions (yes, for real this time).
Two small examples of why using the right #Qt string APIs matters: https://volkerkrause.eu/2023/09/09/qt-string-bloat.html #KDE
@cassidy oh, yeah. Some change will always be required but I don't think this is something so hard to happen, since it's a single button.
The real problem is to solve this in the Linux env first.
The browser having support sounds like the easier part here. The hard work would be to rewrite how the DEs handle links.
So, der Arbeitsplatz für das neue #schuljahr steht! Mit dem heutigen Tag und meinem neuen #PC, der nach vielen Jahren unumgänglich war, läuft endlich auch mein Hauptrechner vollständig auf #linux und wo es geht mit #foss #opensource #freesoftware - ein sehr gutes Gefühl! 😍🐧 #goodbyewindows