kc2bezFYI. https://twitter.com/unixterminal/status/1243693670894796800?s=1900:55
lubot<tsimonq2> @kc2bez [<kc2bez> FYI. https://twitter.com/unixterminal/status/1243693670894796800?s=19], Er, Ubuntu Kylin uses a forked MATE00:56
lubot<kc2bez> I didn't write the tweet :P XD00:57
lubot<kc2bez> Bad things tend to happen when you install every DE too.00:58
lubot<kc2bez> The theming and configuration doesn't look like it installed right.00:59
-lugito:#lubuntu-devel- [rMANUAL1a2928a1f951: Update kde_partitionmanager.png] lynorian (Lyn Perrine) committed: https://phab.lubuntu.me/rMANUAL1a2928a1f95103:47
lubot<TheLimeRunner> Snap packages never show up in my application menu until I restart my session.03:53
lubot<TheLimeRunner> That's happened to me on Budgie, Gnome, Mate, Cinnamon, LXQT and KDE, on both Ubuntu and Manjaro.03:53
guiverc@TheLimeRunner, did you file a bug about that recently (slack I think?)  otherwise I can find a bug you can 'affects me too' I think04:03
lubot<TheLimeRunner> I was referencing the tweet thread that was shared, sorry that was confusing.04:04
lubot<TheLimeRunner> I've never filed a bug on it since it's happened across multiple distros and DE's on me, I always just assumed it was something with the way snap handled integration.04:04
guivercno need to apologize  (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/snapd/+bug/1869448 is what I was thinking of, filed against snapd, my interest was lxqt is mentioned..)04:05
ubot93Launchpad bug 1869448 in snapd (Ubuntu) "Applications installed via snap install do not appear in LXQt menu" [Undecided, New]04:05

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