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  • varikonniemi
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    I think this will set the standard and become something of a reference desktop for Linux. It's certainly the most stable and glitch free plasma release i have ever seen, and it's not even released yet.

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  • fallingcats
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    Originally posted by justinkb View Post
    Hope it has better multi monitor support than plasma 5 which remains to this day unusable with mixed scaled monitors
    Mixed scaling is impossible with x11, but with the much improved wayland support in plasma 6 there shouldn't be any blockers to switch there for you

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  • justinkb
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    Hope it has better multi monitor support than plasma 5 which remains to this day unusable with mixed scaled monitors

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  • geerge
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    Originally posted by hyperchaotic View Post

    Indeed, only a deranged mind would get the idea that you'd have to click on it to dismiss. It goes away automatically.
    Now now no need to flirt.

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  • CTown
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    Any news if Plasma 6 is coming to the Steamdeck? I'd imagine eventually, right?

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  • woddy
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    Originally posted by Vistaus View Post
    I know it's only in RC, but I still can't get a working desktop with 6.0 on Tumbleweed. Hopefully the stable release will give me a working desktop then. I know, RC, but so many people commented on how stable it is and how great it works on Tumbleweed, I figured I would have a good chance as well then, but nope.
    actually there is no official option to have Plasma 6 in Tumbleweed, everything you find is experimental. I advise you to have a little patience... or if you want to try it you can do it with KDE Neon. I've been saying this as a Tumbleweed user for years.

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  • kbios
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    Originally posted by Jaxad0127 View Post

    From Nate's blog:
    My bad I totally misunderstood lol

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  • EphemeralEft
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    Just in time to be rock solid before Debian 13 freezes. Test, my pretties! Test!

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  • devling
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    Looking forward to it, KDE Plasma really feels like the most capable and complete DE at the moment. Great job!

    One thing I wish for though - there are many guides / videos etc how to style and theme your KDE installation to look beautiful and modern. The defaults however are somewhat lacking.. Some more sane defaults, polished widgets, maybe a way to package/select themes better etc.. Maybe hire some designers . It's ofc something you can sort yourself, but taking it from "early 2000:s" to modern takes a fair bit of tweaking imho.

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  • Daktyl198
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    Originally posted by kbios View Post
    I always enable the "active monitor follows mouse" option so it's sad it's going away it's very useful
    It's interesting how people have different workflows. I personally *hate* the "active monitor follows mouse" setting, and much prefer it following the active window. That being said, I hope something comes around allowing you to keep your workflow.

    EDIT: nevermind, apparently your workflow is fine and mine is in danger LOL

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