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  • KDE Continues Seeing A Lot Of Bug Fixes, Continued Tweaks Around System Settings

    Phoronix: KDE Continues Seeing A Lot Of Bug Fixes, Continued Tweaks Around System Settings

    KDE developers remain busy this autumn on addressing bugs in the recent KDE Plasma 5.17 release and tackling early feature work for Plasma 5.18. Plus work on KDE Frameworks 5 and KDE Applications is as busy as ever...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...ber-Highlights

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    Window customisation per application is why I like KDE. More could be done to improve that area. Association, or more accurately, discrimination at finer levels doesn't always work, for a starters. Likewise, some overrides seem useless at times. Missing any overrides for multi-monitor support.

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      - A warning is in place when launching a Windows executable that can be opened with Wine.
      Does it offer to save the option that the user chooses?

      Also, many Windows executables are signed, and it's incredibly simple to verify. There is an open-source Linux tool for that called osslsigncode. If signature verification could be utilized within the GUI, that would be absolutely excellent! Doing something like that might help integrate Windows programs in a very natural way.

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