Trinity Project keeping 3.5 alive (KDE.News)
Posted Nov 11, 2011 10:41 UTC (Fri) by BlueLightning
In reply to: Trinity Project keeping 3.5 alive (KDE.News)
Parent article: Trinity Project keeping 3.5 alive (KDE.News)
Thanks for replying with some concrete issues - could have done without the additional snarky comments however.
several shortcuts are not listed there. For example, clipboard daemon grabs ctrl-shift-ins shortcut (which I already use extensively in JetBrains IDEA) and it can't be configured anywhere.
That's not a global shortcut, it's just defined locally for any KDE application that can paste. However, you can go to "Standard Keyboard Shortcuts" and disable it there, and it will apply to all KDE applications. I've just tried several non-KDE applications with this setting changed, and none that didn't grab Ctrl+Shift+Ins themselves did anything. So I'm not sure what's going on on your system, could be a bug.
Then there's an icon telling me that I have pending updates. Except I don't - I update my system using "apt-get dist-upgrade" and KDE doesn't understand it.
This is a distro-supplied utility, AFAIK it is not part of KDE. Besides, if you don't want the notification, disable it (for Apper you just right click, configure, set "check for updates" to "never").
So you list some legitimate issues here, but no crashes or anything else that would fall into the "flaky" category. The taskbar one appears somewhat obvious though, and I've seen that here once (although now that I try to reproduce it on 4.7.2 I can't seem to do so, perhaps that's why no developer has fixed it yet...).
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