KDE Packs Away New Screensaver Setting, Other Changes For First Full Week Of November
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 10 November 2019 at 07:30 AM EST. 7 Comments
KDE --
It's been another busy week in KDE land with developers working through the massive code-bases comprising the KDE desktop environment on a variety of features and fixes.

Some of the fixes / changes over the past week include:

- Dolphin can now show condensed dates.

- The clock on the lock-screen can now be hidden until the password prompt appears, so it's a "100% faithful representation of an old-school screensaver."

- Konsole tabs now visually indicate activity (again).

- Faster image loading with Gwenview when loaded off a potentially slow network share.

- Various Discover improvements.

More details on the weekly changes to KDE via Nate Graham's blog with his thorough summaries and representative screenshots.
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