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    Default KDE Plasma-Next + KF5 Is Looking Nice

    Phoronix: KDE Plasma-Next + KF5 Is Looking Nice

    With the release yesterday of a Fedora 20 image with KF5 + Plasma-Next as the next-generation KDE stack, I decided to finally give it a whirl...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTY5NzA

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    I clicked through to this article fully expecting a thumbs up or thumbs down pretty much entirely dependent on whether Plasma Next worked well with a super high res display. I have to say I'm very surprised to see it not mentioned. Did Michael actually test it on a normal display with a popularly used resolution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaprikawn View Post
    I clicked through to this article fully expecting a thumbs up or thumbs down pretty much entirely dependent on whether Plasma Next worked well with a super high res display. I have to say I'm very surprised to see it not mentioned. Did Michael actually test it on a normal display with a popularly used resolution?
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    The Live CD version during boot yields a login prompt asking for login & password. WTF, just WTF.
    Empty fields don't work, random values either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaprikawn View Post
    I clicked through to this article fully expecting a thumbs up or thumbs down pretty much entirely dependent on whether Plasma Next worked well with a super high res display. I have to say I'm very surprised to see it not mentioned. Did Michael actually test it on a normal display with a popularly used resolution?
    Yeah, I thought he might do the test on that Zenbook he keeps raving about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark45 View Post
    The Live CD version during boot yields a login prompt asking for login & password. WTF, just WTF.
    Empty fields don't work, random values either.
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    like for the admin page of wi-fi modem :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark45 View Post
    The Live CD version during boot yields a login prompt asking for login & password. WTF, just WTF.
    Empty fields don't work, random values either.
    user is "liveuser", password empty or "liveuser"
    http://www.progdan.cz/2014/05/kde-fr...a/#comment-985

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    Screenshot of KInfoCenter

    What an absolute waste of UI space.

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    This article is seemingly barren of anything useful, except as a Facebook-like 'Like'....it's a very odd submission! Slow news day, mate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Driftmeyer View Post
    Screenshot of KInfoCenter

    What an absolute waste of UI space.
    But KInfoCenter has nothing to do with KF5...

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