I've been using Kate for PHP and using it's folding very heavily of
late on F9 stable. Several times I "lose" folds having to reopen the
document to get back at the code.
Anyone else seeing this?
Fedora 9 : sulphur is good for the skin
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Alrighty, just to confirm for folks that I moved kde-4.1.85 stuff to
kde-testing, and spun a new live image (mainly for the dbus thing):
"Keep in mind this is *beta testing*. If you have essential data here,
I'd strongly recommend you have ample backups."
Thanks, yes, I have backed up the akonadi database and have retained the old
std.vcf/std.ics files. That should be sufficient.
I am using the latest akonadi from kde-testing with kde-4.2 beta. All seems to
be working well, except for some confusion regarding the relationship between
akonadi and the original resources, namely:
When making changes, ie., adding or modifying a contact in addressmanager, or
making a new appointment in korganizer, the akonadi resource is updated, but
the std.ics and std.vcf files, the original resources, are never updated.
Running aconadiconsole also has a sync function, but the original resources
are not updated here, either.
Were something to happen to the akonadi database, the resources would be
useless, as they are out of date.
Yes, I do realize that the akonadi tray manager has a backup and restore
function, but, were one to rely solely on this, then what is the point of
setting up the std.ics and std.vcf resources, since they will no longer
contain current information?
I guess this is a bug, but -
There has been a thread on a kde list about minimising window decorations
where screen space is an issue. Trying it out on my netbook, I found that
Setting the Window Decoration to Laptop made a significant difference - thumbs
Then I found the snag - the three buttons on the title bar are maximise,
minimise, and 'On all desktops'. There is no 'Close' button.
I don't suppose this is anything that a user can change, but it's a pity. It
really would have helped.
"You can simply remove them, they're no longer needed after the migration."
I was beginning to suspect that. Thanks. I do hope that the akonadi database
is reliable, since I am entrusting my information to it and there will no
longer be a text form available.
Some of us would like to use ksynaptics to control our touchpads.
libsynaptics, supposedly a version that now works with ksynaptics, has
been released for F9. Could it please be added to F10 /somewhere/ so
that we can begin testing it ?
I'd like ksynaptics to start working in the near future...
I got what I think is powerdevil displayed on my panel (next to clock). When
I left click I get a plasma.
I chose suspend to ram when lid closed, but when I close the lid it does
nothing. It worked with kpowersave (I believe that's the name of the older
one?). If I choose suspend to ram manually in powerdevil it works. But not
if I put it in the action for lid closing in the current (performance) profile.
Not sure if it's a bug or not, but 4.1.85 doesn't seem to respect my Task
Manager settings. Some in-depth info;
I've set up my desktop to use 4 different desktops. Using the Special
Windows Settings, I'm directing different applications to different
desktops. For example Konsole is forced to be displayed on "shells" and
Firefox/Shiretoko is forced to be displayed on "dev". I reserved one of the
desktops for IM and other stuff and here's where the problem arises.
When someone sends me an instant message (which also goes to a specific
desktop) or when I launch an application it will display the window title
in the Task Manager of the current desktop, even if it's the desktop it
shouldn't be on. Then, when I click the windows title, it will send me to
the correct desktop and the window title will be removed from the wrong
I am using the option "Only show tasks from the current desktop".