i created the servicemenu below because it's annoying that "kompare"
don't remember the last folder when chose files to compare
is there some way to limit it only to appear when *exactly* 2 files are
selected (yes ~/.local/share/kservices5 is a symlink to
~/.kde/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus/ for handle the unholy mix of
KDE4/KDE5 stuff and i want my ark-contextmenues back as well as useable
kdesvn options in KDE5)
[Desktop Action KompareFiles]
I have upgraded this week to Fedora 26 (post alpha).
The only issue that I have is that kontact hangs when launched. The cpu time
goes to 100% for kontact.
This is a minor annoyance since kmail, the component that I am mostly
interested in, works standalone with no apparent issue.
This is the only difference that I get from F25 either in KDE/plasma or in any
other component. :-)
Scrollbar buttons disappeared, like the idiotic GTK3 defaults. How does one go
about getting them back?
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words are persuasive." Proverbs 16:21 (New Living Translation)
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On 30/03/17 19:33, Robin Laing wrote:
> On 29/03/17 03:41, Ian Malone wrote:
>> Has anyone else experienced this? Fairly frequently I find that kwin
>> on F25 is not starting on login, there are no window decorations (e.g.
>> title bar) and all new windows start at top left with no apparent way
>> to move them. The solution seems to be to start a console and run
>> "kstart kwin".
>> This morning however I didn't even have a desktop, just a cursor and
>> an otherwise black screen. What was working was that typing brought up
>> the command bar at the top of the screen, so I was able to start
>> konsole. "kstart kwin" and "kstart kwin --replace" didn't seem to
>> achieve anything (though maybe I could have waited longer), eventually
>> tried "kstart plasmashell" and things seemed to run again.
>> This is the nouveau driver. I've had problems on F25 with getting
>> stuck at the splash screen ("K") after login, but adding nomodeset to
>> the kernel line in grub seemed to alleviate that, and I was using
>> nomodeset this morning.
> I will add to this today as well. Latest update and my computer was
> useless unless I killed the full session.
> I didn't get anything by typing but I was in to much stress to even
> think about that. I will try that tomorrow as this is a work computer.
> My problem seems to occur if the system has gone into sleep mode.
> I set up a test account for testing a raw, clean account to see if it
> was related to an old configuration file that I have ran into in the past.
> KDE is falling apart since going to plasma and F25 has been good most of
> the time until these black screens have started.
> I won't be updating a few machines until I know that this isn't going to
> happen on a regular basis.
> Note, this has happened on F24 in the past week as well.
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This is definitely a kernel issue from what I am reading.
Ian, your suggestion to type in "kstart kwin --replace" worked if I had
a konsole open.
Anything I typed was associated with the last application open.