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  • KDE Kicks Off August With Many Bug Fixes To Benefit Steam Deck & More

    Phoronix: KDE Kicks Off August With Many Bug Fixes To Benefit Steam Deck & More

    The first week of August saw many fixes land in the KDE camp as they prepare for their software to be used on more third-party products, with Steam Deck being just the latest notable product leveraging KDE...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...s-Start-August

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    Great to see KDE getting more and more stable. What I really hope is that Plasma 6 will not become early Plasma 4 or 5 all over again (I mean bugginess to the point of unusability). But I'm pretty sure it won't happen again, especially when Steam Deck is intended for the mass market.

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    • #3
      Michael , do you have any idea how I would've gotten subscribed to this thread? I never viewed it, nor even read the article!

      I don't see any other subscriptions I don't recall.

      Did you do something weird, like reuse an old thread ID that had no comments?
      Last edited by coder; 07 August 2021, 08:17 AM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by coder View Post
        Michael , do you have any idea how I would've gotten subscribed to this thread? I never viewed it, nor even read the article!

        I don't see any other subscriptions I don't recall.

        Did you do something weird, like reuse an old thread ID that had no comments?
        Don't believe so, no idea how that would have happened unless you subscribed to the outter forum for notifications? Or some other ID collision or something.
        Michael Larabel
        http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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        • #5
          Originally posted by user1 View Post
          Great to see KDE getting more and more stable. What I really hope is that Plasma 6 will not become early Plasma 4 or 5 all over again (I mean bugginess to the point of unusability). But I'm pretty sure it won't happen again, especially when Steam Deck is intended for the mass market.
          Indeed, we intend to make Plasma 6 a fairly boring release. No major UI changes or giant new features are currently planned. It will be 99.9% the same as Plasma 5, but powered by Qt 6.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ngraham View Post

            Indeed, we intend to make Plasma 6 a fairly boring release. No major UI changes or giant new features are currently planned. It will be 99.9% the same as Plasma 5, but powered by Qt 6.
            Yay!
            Way to go!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ngraham View Post

              Indeed, we intend to make Plasma 6 a fairly boring release. No major UI changes or giant new features are currently planned. It will be 99.9% the same as Plasma 5, but powered by Qt 6.
              Excellent! that's exactly what I was hoping

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              • #8
                I wish Gnome would focus more on gaming.
                I still can't properly play Doom Eternal in Fullscreen on Gnome X11 using Nvidia hardware.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by MastaG View Post
                  I wish Gnome would focus more on gaming.
                  Gaming is an unnecessary option that you don't need, so we removed it. - Love, GNOME devs

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                  • #10
                    Sometimes it feels like it yeah.
                    I do like Gnome for it's simplicity and "not having to mess with it"-feeling.
                    It pretty much works fine for both X11 and Wayland.
                    However for Fullscreen 3d accelerated stuff (GL/Vulkan) there seems to be a slow down..

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