KDE Has Another Wayland Fractional Scaling Fix, Other Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 22 September 2019 at 07:27 AM EDT. 18 Comments
KDE --
Following last week's Akademy 2019 developer conference in Milan, KDE developers this week not only released the Plasma 5.17 beta but they've been busy with a ton of other bug fixing and improvements.

Some of the KDE improvements made this past week include:

- KSysGuard now adds per-process network traffic information.

- Better handling for multiple audio playback or recording devices.

- A Wayland fractional scaling fix for KDE Plasma 5.17 where KDE/Qt software could be blurry.

- Various GTK integration fixes.

- Continued work on different elements of KDE System Settings.

- Cleaning up of Dolphin's hamburger menus.

Those curious about KDE's other accomplishments for the week can see the weekly summary via this blog post by KDE developer Nate Graham.
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