KDE Saw Many Bug Fixes This Week From KWin Crashes To Plasma Wayland Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 23 February 2020 at 07:09 AM EST. 39 Comments
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This week in particular saw a lot of fixes in the KDE space for a wide variety of bugs.

Some of the fixing that went on over the past week in the KDE desktop space included:

- Fixes to the System Settings Online Accounts page.

- Plasma is receiving a fix where a maliciously-crafted network name could cause remote images to be displayed.

- Fixes for two common crashes in KWin.

- Plasma on Wayland no longer crashes when unplugging a secondary display.

- KSysGuard finally and fully supports systems with more than 12 CPUs. This stems from the program's internal buffer being too small for handling /proc/cpuinfo on larger CPUs.

- KDE Discover provides a better UI for removing Flatpak repositories.

- Improvements to Dolphin's SVN commit dialog.

And much more. See the complete list of this week's highlights via Nate Graham's blog.
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