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    Phoronix: KDE Seeing System Tray Improvements, Much Faster Shadowed Rectangles

    The Coronavirus doesn't appear to be impacting KDE development speed at all as it's been another week seeing a ton of feature activity for this open-source desktop...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...Shadowed-Rects

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    I hope that in Discover it would be possible to turn off system repositories and use it only for flatpak and firmware management...

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      Shadowed rectangles seem like a great improvement, wonder how noticable it will be

      Thanks for the fix in Elisa as baloo still seems to be pretty unstable!

      Is there any news on the subsurface issue front for Wayland? I really hope it will be addressed in Plasma 5.19, this is one of the worst bugs for me.

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        Does plasma wayland fully support system tray now? Last time I tried the wayland session most applications don't show up at system tray (e.g. megasync).

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          Originally posted by ThanosApostolou View Post
          Does plasma wayland fully support system tray now? Last time I tried the wayland session most applications don't show up at system tray (e.g. megasync).
          Do you mean the icons in the system panel do not appear and there is just a generic Wayland icon? If yes, then this is usally a bug in the application itself.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ThanosApostolou View Post
            Does plasma wayland fully support system tray now? Last time I tried the wayland session most applications don't show up at system tray (e.g. megasync).
            Could they be applications that use Xembeds for tray icons?

            If they do, they'll never work under Wayland. The DBUS (k)appindicator spec should work though.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by smartalgorithm View Post
              I hope that in Discover it would be possible to turn off system repositories and use it only for flatpak and firmware management...
              You've always been able to do that under settings, at least on Arch.

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              • #8
                Baloo has always been useless on my system.

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                • #9
                  Any of you knows how to specify different display density for different monitors?

                  I have a 4k laptop monitor and and hd external one and when I plug the external monitor I have to put x1 and reboot, then when I unplug the external monitor I have to change it to x2 and reboot.

                  Any way to save it per monitor?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by betam4x View Post

                    You've always been able to do that under settings, at least on Arch.
                    when i tried last time it asked a password to remove system repos...

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