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IrcsomeBotDertefter was added by: Dertefter02:16
IrcsomeBot<Dertefter> 👋02:17
IrcsomeBot<Dertefter> Has anyone used Plank?02:17
IrcsomeBot<Dertefter> I need your help :)02:17
IrcsomeBot<Schykle> What can I do for you? (I use Plank daily BTW)02:17
IrcsomeBot<Dertefter> (Photo, 720x1280) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/RMDBXu7I/file_21047.jpg Why do i see the Plasma icon here?02:18
IrcsomeBot<Dertefter> Can i make it invisible?02:19
IrcsomeBot<Schykle> Mmm, could you translate the text for me?02:19
IrcsomeBot<Dertefter> «Working environment Plasma»02:20
IrcsomeBot<Dertefter> @Schykle, workspace Plasma02:20
IrcsomeBot<Dertefter> if I understood correctly, this icon indicates that Plasma is working. But I already know that Plasma works. Can I hide this icon?02:22
IrcsomeBot<Schykle> @Dertefter, Ah, right. It's possible that it might be seeing the plasma workspace as an actual X window :/02:23
IrcsomeBot<Schykle> Let me check on a way to blacklist that, one moment02:23
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IrcsomeBot<Schykle> Via something like dconf-editor, you might be able to navigate into the Plank folder and change gsettings for entries there02:44
IrcsomeBot<Dertefter> Hmmmm02:45
valorie @Schykle03:03
valoriethanks for going above and beyond03:03
valorieplank isn't KDE software, so not really supported here03:03
IrcsomeBot<Schykle> Oh, it's the least I can do. I know it's kinda an oddball considering it's pure GTK. (If it's necessary I can totally take the question in PM)03:07
valoriewe do try to support kubuntu users here no matter what software they are running, so it's perfectly on-topic03:22
IrcsomeBot<Schykle> Awesome! 😁 Much appreciated!03:28
IrcsomeBot<miltonh26> @user|37456, I had the same problem in Chromium. I had turned on "Use hardware acceleration when available" and it had the same effect making text unreadable. Chrome should have the same settting. See Settings —> Advanced (left menu) —> System —> "Use hardware acceleration when available". Make sure it is disabled.04:56
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IrcsomeBot<tatt2ed> I did some UI changing and now my 4k monitor is not being seen. The other 1920x1080 monitor is trying to run as the 4k. Is there a config file that has that info in it? Is it possible to put it back to pre-me from the cli? I got in as single use root, but that's it.05:42
IrcsomeBot<miltonh26> @tatt2ed, You can try reseting the deskotp. See https://www.lifewire.com/kubuntu-p2-220257307:29
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IrcsomeBot<Schykle> @RikMills @ahoneybun @Valoriez08:56
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IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @RikMills Update on the libre office theming issue: It happens not only on a minimal install, but also on a normal install. After installing vanilla Kubuntu 18.04.3, Libre Office looks fine. I change to breeze dark in the system settings. Then I add-apt-repository ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports and ppa:libreoffice/ppa. I sudo apt update and then sudo apt upgrade. Still Libre office looks fine. Konsole tells me that 24 packages belonging09:19
IrcsomeBotto libreoffice and one to ktorrent need upgrading. A new sudo apt upgrade leaves them untouched. Discover however upgrades them. After that Libreoffice looks like that:09:19
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> (Photo, 1280x720) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/vIZzLFg9/file_21051.jpg09:20
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> This time breeze dark is at least recognized to be there. But it does not seem to be applied.09:20
IrcsomeBot<Schykle> Out of curiosity, what is the exact package name you use when installing LibreOffice?09:21
IrcsomeBot<Schykle> IIRC there are a few; `libreoffice` `libreoffice-kde` `libreoffice-gtk`, etc.09:21
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> And Kate is still forgetting the theme I set after each reboot.09:21
IrcsomeBot<Schykle> @Linuxophil, Oh O_O09:21
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @Schykle, I use the Libre office that is preinstalled in the full install of Kubuntu 18.04.3 . Just added the libreoffice ppa and updated and then upgraded.09:22
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> One big difference to my other (well functioning) installs: I use the disk encryption that is offered in the installer of Kubuntu
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> Which libreoffice ppa?09:24
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> see above in my little writeup: "Then I add-apt-repository ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports and ppa:libreoffice/ppa."09:27
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> then sudo apt update and sudo apt upgrade09:27
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> and then one final upgrade via discover because it wants it. 😉09:27
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> And then it breaks.09:27
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> The libreoffice version that is now running is: Version:
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> Because discover is removing libreoffice-kde4 package09:29
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> Oh.09:29
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> Why?09:29
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> And how can I prevent it from doing this?09:29
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> It needs to, but it should replace it with the qt5 one. That is a backport bug that should be reported to the PPA maintainers09:30
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @RikMills, I will gladly do that!09:30
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> Any pointers on how to do it?09:30
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> On github, I assume?09:30
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> Why github?09:31
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> I have never reported a bug. It is just an assumption. But now that I think about it, launchpad is more probable, right?09:32
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> yes. not sure where though. let me ask09:34
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> Thanks! And let me tell you again that I am really superhappy about all your work on and around Kubuntu!09:35
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> I have just looked around a bit after upgrading the SSD in my laptop and installed loads of other distros. None even comes close to Kubuntu for me!09:36
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> Great job all of you Kubuntu team!09:36
IrcsomeBot<Schykle> @RikMills, I would assume the same. AFAIK it's kinda industry standard, right?09:36
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @Schykle, But it's a ppa and ppas are hosted on launchpad. So it would be an even more logical assumption to report is there. 😊09:37
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> The guy I need to ask is not on IRC this morning. I will try to catch him later. It could well be that the bug needs fixing in Focal 20.04 libreoffice anyway.09:37
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @RikMills, Cool! Thanks so much!09:38
IrcsomeBot<Schykle> @Linuxophil, I suppose if it's packaging-related, yeah that makes sense.09:38
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> @Schykle, It's Ubuntu. Our bugtracker is on launchpad.09:38
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> Yep, it IS packaging for this.09:38
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> apt needs to know that you should replace the old kde/kde4 front end packages withe the -qt5 one09:40
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> would have been cuaght when we start testing bionic -> focal upgrades but earier is better :)09:41
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> Hurra! I contributed! (a little!) 😉09:41
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @RikMills, And the issue of Kate forgetting the theme I set after each reboot? Can that be related to me using the encryption in the Kubuntu installer for the first time?09:43
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> Can't see how it could be. Have you a pic of that?10:06
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> Sure! However, I don't think in this case it would be helpful. It is really just "forgetting" me setting the theme to "breeze dark" after the reboot.10:10
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> After a reboot:10:11
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> (Photo, 770x611) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/7GOCWyiX/file_21052.jpg10:11
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> after setting it to breeze dark:10:12
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> (Photo, 770x611) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/rK0Sk096/file_21053.jpg10:12
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> now rebooting...10:12
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> After reboot:10:13
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> (Photo, 770x611) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/D6i9Cp00/file_21054.jpg10:13
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> The encryption is the only thing I can think of that is substancially different from my desktop.10:14
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> And on the desktop as well as on the Kubuntu install on the same laptop (then without encrytion) everything works/worked fine.10:16
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IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @RikMills SPAM above?10:18
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> Oh, the internal theme10:19
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> yes. keeps me from beeing blinded by the light. 😉10:19
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> Everything else would be inconsistent since I use breeze dark all over the system.10:24
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WZYHi Kubuntu team,I want to use DigiKam,so I open terminal and type"apt install digikam",But it says can't find this APP. why? how to get it? thanks team(I am using Kubuntu 20.04 LTS daily)11:05
OerHeks!info digikam11:12
ubottudigikam (source: digikam): digital photo management application for KDE. In component universe, is optional. Version 4:5.6.0-0ubuntu10 (bionic), package size 64 kB, installed size 1831 kB11:12
OerHeksit is in universe11:12
WZYI know it is in universe repo. I mean, when I am using older version Kubuntu(such as 19.10 18.04.3LTS),it can be installed.11:14
WZYBut it might be deleted in Kubuntu 20.04??11:14
OerHeksoh, 20.04 is in alfa/beta state11:15
OerHeksask in #ubuntu+1, untill release11:15
OerHeksor install the snap?11:16
WZYI have downloaded digiKam AppImage from its official website.It works well.11:24
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @WZY, Tried the appimage?11:25
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OerHeksMd Mehbub Mendoza Gómez please do not spam on #freenode11:26
OerHeksoh, wait, i block IrcsomeBot again, bye!11:27
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @RikMills Same spam again.11:33
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> digikam was removed from focal as it failed to build with, and so blocked, new opencv13:04
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> if the debian maintainer packages a compatible version, it will come back13:05
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IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> Hi BluesKaj!15:37
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viewer|44Hi everyone. I'm newbie22:46
viewer|44i just installed kubuntu. My touchpad click not functioning22:46
bprompt***** silence ******22:47
bpromptviewer|44:   hmmmmm what machine type?   I mean, must be drivers I'd assume, mind  you that I have a working touchpad and don't care, mouse is far more flexible and accurate :)22:48
bpromptis good to have it, but touchpad sensitivity can be a hassle, specially when it gets in the way when typing on the keyboard22:49
viewer|44dell inspiron 556722:54
geniiProbably one of those troublesome Elantech22:54
viewer|44kubuntu 18.04.3 lts22:55
geniiHm, Shenzhen Goodix, apparently https://certification.ubuntu.com/hardware/201606-2242522:57
viewer|44My lap shipped with ubuntu 16.04 LTS , So I hope no issue in hardware22:58
geniiWas it a System76 machine?22:59
bpromptviewer|44:  I run kubuntu 16.04, but this one is an HP, touchpad works, I just have no use for it, I've always use a mouse23:00
genii( because System76 sometimes have their own special drivers aside from the regular ones for systems they sell )23:00
bpromptviewer|44:  you can always try checking for new or even backport drivers for the xserver-xorg-input-synaptics package23:01
viewer|44All are latest version23:01
geniiAh, they left. Found https://launchpad.net/~system76-dev/+archive/ubuntu/stable23:22

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