On Mon, 2019-12-09 at 12:40 +0000, mario futire wrote:
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Sorry about a mistake, the default desktop is indeed Gnome - Wayland
(no Qt here, mistake)
but if one uses a Qt-based app, then all these issues are very real.
So Gnome - Wayland is ok, as long as Qt apps are *not* used.
The issues is not in KDE, but somewhere between Mutter - Wayland - Qt.
I know KDE is not the same as Qt, but Qt is actively discussed on the
Fedora KDE list much more than here, especially regarding issues with
Fedora default desktop should be able to run correctly most
If Qt applications cannot work properly in the default desktop, then it (the default
desktop) should be configured to run Qt-based application in the X11 emulation.
We are talking about a big GUI framework, not some unknown library. If GNOME/Wayland
cannot cope with it, it should either not be the default or ensure Qt apps are run in the
I don't disagree, but as I use KDE (on X11) in preference to Gnome it's
not that visible to me.