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    Phoronix: KDE KWin Finally Sees An Important Fix For Addressing Visual Glitches

    It's been another busy week for KDE developers even with everything happening globally around the coronavirus there are a lot of open-source desktop innovations continuing...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...-Clipping-More

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    Finaly!!! I'll switch to Plasma Wayland on my Neon setup after release 5.19. Subsurface issue is the only thing that prevented doing it earlier.

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    • #3
      Incredible! The weekly improvements for KDE are more than an entire gnome major version release changelog

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      • #4
        Originally posted by 240Hz View Post
        Incredible! The weekly improvements for KDE are more than an entire gnome major version release changelog
        Sure. If Gnome team were to redesign some part of settings page over and over every other week or if Gnome team were to comprise of developers, who are working on it only as a hobby project, were to focus more on creating new functionalities, which causes piles of bugs that are not fixed over the years, that seems to be more important than fixing bugs, they could have caught up the release changelog of KDE.
        Lol

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        • #5
          Can't wait to try again the wayland session! Maybe it's finally good enough to switch

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          • #6
            Originally posted by 240Hz View Post
            Incredible! The weekly improvements for KDE are more than an entire gnome major version release changelog
            That is so very true. I can confirm the icon invisible bug in the systray. Subsurface clean up sounds neat as well. Looking forward to the next release !
            I have been a long time Mate user. Plasma desktop is probably the best thing to have happened to the Linux desktop in the last decade. (This is not to undermine any other developers. I very much appreciate their efforts to and variety and competition are healthy

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            • #7
              on-disk folder dizes
              at least 5 characters

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ssokolow View Post

                at least 5 characters
                Wait, you aren't dicing your folders?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Sunderland93 View Post
                  Finaly!!! I'll switch to Plasma Wayland on my Neon setup after release 5.19. Subsurface issue is the only thing that prevented doing it earlier.
                  I recently had a few days of wayland bliss before glitches had me back in X11 (it was glitches in X11 that made me go to wayland - go figure!) - It's definitely needing more work, but getting better every release!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Sunderland93 View Post
                    Finaly!!! I'll switch to Plasma Wayland on my Neon setup after release 5.19. Subsurface issue is the only thing that prevented doing it earlier.
                    lucky i continue to have some freeze with my t450 under wayland

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