Am 22.09.2017 um 16:42 schrieb Reindl Harald:
fine, now it's "ported" to KDE5
* no bookmarks
* no toolbar settings from the previous install
* no support for sftp://
* no passwords for network-locations previously used
WTF is wrong with the KDE developers attitude that the main question due
every upgrde is "curious what they broke now from my workflow"
and that (sorry but it's true) crap called dolphin which still don't
support bookmarks so that you can group and organize locations when you
have to deal with dozens of servers and hundrets of customers seriously
can't read /etc/ssh/ssh_config and you have to mention non
standard-prots all the time?
frankly how do you guys work with your computers and why is there
alaways a need to break perfectly working software and workflows every
what is the next piece still not ported to KDE5 which will lose all
settings and capabilities after the next dist-upgrade so that i can buy
the needed amount of whiskey before doing the upgrade?