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ZhaoLin1457 10-24-2021 01:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by marav (Post 6294892)
https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...-plasma-5-23-0

Code:

After upgrading to kde Plasma 5.23.0, thumbnails of open applications at the bottom of the taskbar no longer appear in a Wayland session.
same behavior here (even with 5.23.1 / pipewire)

I cannot confirm this.

Yesterday, even I did an update to an external USB hard drive who still remained on Plasma 5.22.5 and thumbnails worked both before and after upgrading to latest packages set.

However, please bear in mind that a proper setup of PipeWire daemons is fundamental on Wayland/Plasma5, for working various features starting from taskbar thumbnails and ending with desktop sharing and VNC connections.

They aren't "optional" so there's no such thing like an "even" word.

Personally, I use a full PipeWire setup, including even the usage as PulseAudio server.

marav 10-24-2021 01:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ZhaoLin1457 (Post 6295253)
I cannot confirm this.

Yesterday, even I did an update to an external USB hard drive who still remained on Plasma 5.22.5 and thumbnails worked both before and after upgrading to latest packages set.

However, please bear in mind that a proper setup of PipeWire daemons is fundamental on Wayland/Plasma5, for working various features starting from taskbar thumbnails and ending with desktop sharing and VNC connections.

They aren't "optional" so there's no such thing like an "even" word.

Personally, I use a full PipeWire setup, including even the usage as PulseAudio server.

yep
that's why I mentioned it :
even with 5.23.1 / pipewire

in .local/share/sddm/wayland-session.log
on mouse over in the taskbar
Code:

kf.plasma.quick: Couldn't create KWindowShadow for ToolTipDialog(0x23e4230)
EDIT : it seems I'm not alone

https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=444107

ZhaoLin1457 10-24-2021 01:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by marav (Post 6295256)
yep
that's why I mentioned it :
even with 5.23.1 / pipewire

in .local/share/sddm/wayland-session.log
on mouse over in the taskbar
Code:

kf.plasma.quick: Couldn't create KWindowShadow for ToolTipDialog(0x23e4230)
EDIT : it seems I'm not alone

https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=444107

I do not think that this message from log is meaningful, because it's present also in my log, and the thumbnails works fine.
Code:

file:///usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.plasma.taskmanager/contents/ui/ToolTipDelegate.qml:0: ReferenceError: AppPid is not defined
file:///usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.plasma.taskmanager/contents/ui/ToolTipDelegate.qml:0: ReferenceError: AppPid is not defined
kf.plasma.quick: Couldn't create KWindowShadow for ToolTipDialog(0x5671af0)
kf.plasma.quick: Couldn't create KWindowShadow for ToolTipDialog(0x5671af0)
kf.plasma.quick: Couldn't create KWindowShadow for ToolTipDialog(0x5671af0)

file:///usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.plasma.taskmanager/contents/ui/ToolTipDelegate.qml:0: ReferenceError: AppPid is not defined
file:///usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.plasma.taskmanager/contents/ui/ToolTipDelegate.qml:0: ReferenceError: AppPid is not defined

Please triple check your PipeWire daemons setup, if everything works, you should be able to use it as audio server.

And, from my experience, the PipeWire works only with a KMS framebuffer, nothing else - e.g. no VESA or EFI framebuffer will work.

Also, did you remember the user who tried to create a VNC connection to a Wayland/Plasma5 session, which also needs a proper running PipeWire?

In the final he found that the issue/failure was generated by using the a non KMS graphics, e.g. with "nomodeset" parameter on kernel command line.

marav 10-24-2021 01:55 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by ZhaoLin1457 (Post 6295262)
I do not think that this message from log is meaningful, because it's present also in my log, and the thumbnails works fine.
Code:

file:///usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.plasma.taskmanager/contents/ui/ToolTipDelegate.qml:0: ReferenceError: AppPid is not defined
file:///usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.plasma.taskmanager/contents/ui/ToolTipDelegate.qml:0: ReferenceError: AppPid is not defined
kf.plasma.quick: Couldn't create KWindowShadow for ToolTipDialog(0x5671af0)
kf.plasma.quick: Couldn't create KWindowShadow for ToolTipDialog(0x5671af0)
kf.plasma.quick: Couldn't create KWindowShadow for ToolTipDialog(0x5671af0)

file:///usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.plasma.taskmanager/contents/ui/ToolTipDelegate.qml:0: ReferenceError: AppPid is not defined
file:///usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.plasma.taskmanager/contents/ui/ToolTipDelegate.qml:0: ReferenceError: AppPid is not defined

Please triple check your PipeWire daemons setup, if everything works, you should be able to use it as audio server.

And, from my experience, the PipeWire works only with a KMS framebuffer, nothing else - e.g. no VESA or EFI framebuffer will work.

Probably, you don't remember, but my pipewire, with your setup, has been working fine since this summer...
https://www.linuxquestions.org/quest...ml#post6277797

the full output in att.

LuckyCyborg 10-24-2021 02:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by marav (Post 6295270)
You probably don't remember, but my pipewire, with your setup, has been working fine since this summer...
https://www.linuxquestions.org/quest...ml#post6277797

the full output in att.

And the real error log is bellow:
Code:

[E][51890.526333] pw.context  | [      context.c:  817 pw_context_debug_port_params()] params Spa:Enum:ParamId:EnumFormat: 0:0 Argument invalide (input format (no more input formats))
[E][51890.526366] default      |  Object: size 248, type Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format (262147), id Spa:Enum:ParamId:EnumFormat (3)
[E][51890.526376] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:mediaType (1), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526384] default      |      Id 2        (Spa:Enum:MediaType:video)
[E][51890.526391] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:mediaSubtype (2), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526398] default      |      Id 1        (Spa:Enum:MediaSubtype:raw)
[E][51890.526404] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:format (131073), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526410] default      |      Id 7        (Spa:Enum:VideoFormat:RGBx)
[E][51890.526416] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:modifier (131074), flags 00000018
[E][51890.526423] default      |      Choice: type Spa:Enum:Choice:Enum, flags 00000000 96 8
[E][51890.526430] default      |        Long 144115206334822913
[E][51890.526436] default      |        Long 144115206334822913
[E][51890.526442] default      |        Long 144115206334822657
[E][51890.526446] default      |        Long 144115206334806273
[E][51890.526452] default      |        Long 144115188080056833
[E][51890.526456] default      |        Long 144115188080056577
[E][51890.526462] default      |        Long 144115188075858433
[E][51890.526467] default      |        Long 144115188075858177
[E][51890.526472] default      |        Long 0
[E][51890.526479] default      |        Long 72057594037927935
[E][51890.526484] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:size (131075), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526490] default      |      Choice: type Spa:Enum:Choice:Range, flags 00000000 40 8
[E][51890.526497] default      |        Rectangle 1x1
[E][51890.526503] default      |        Rectangle 1x1
[E][51890.526510] default      |        Rectangle -1x-1
[E][51890.526524] default      |  Object: size 136, type Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format (262147), id Spa:Enum:ParamId:EnumFormat (3)
[E][51890.526531] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:mediaType (1), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526538] default      |      Id 2        (Spa:Enum:MediaType:video)
[E][51890.526544] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:mediaSubtype (2), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526551] default      |      Id 1        (Spa:Enum:MediaSubtype:raw)
[E][51890.526556] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:format (131073), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526563] default      |      Id 7        (Spa:Enum:VideoFormat:RGBx)
[E][51890.526569] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:size (131075), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526576] default      |      Choice: type Spa:Enum:Choice:Range, flags 00000000 40 8
[E][51890.526583] default      |        Rectangle 1x1
[E][51890.526589] default      |        Rectangle 1x1
[E][51890.526595] default      |        Rectangle -1x-1
[E][51890.526608] default      |  Object: size 248, type Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format (262147), id Spa:Enum:ParamId:EnumFormat (3)
[E][51890.526615] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:mediaType (1), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526621] default      |      Id 2        (Spa:Enum:MediaType:video)
[E][51890.526627] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:mediaSubtype (2), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526633] default      |      Id 1        (Spa:Enum:MediaSubtype:raw)
[E][51890.526639] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:format (131073), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526646] default      |      Id 11      (Spa:Enum:VideoFormat:RGBA)
[E][51890.526652] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:modifier (131074), flags 00000018
[E][51890.526658] default      |      Choice: type Spa:Enum:Choice:Enum, flags 00000000 96 8
[E][51890.526664] default      |        Long 144115206334822913
[E][51890.526670] default      |        Long 144115206334822913
[E][51890.526676] default      |        Long 144115206334822657
[E][51890.526682] default      |        Long 144115206334806273
[E][51890.526688] default      |        Long 144115188080056833
[E][51890.526695] default      |        Long 144115188080056577
[E][51890.526701] default      |        Long 144115188075858433
[E][51890.526707] default      |        Long 144115188075858177
[E][51890.526713] default      |        Long 0
[E][51890.526719] default      |        Long 72057594037927935
[E][51890.526725] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:size (131075), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526731] default      |      Choice: type Spa:Enum:Choice:Range, flags 00000000 40 8
[E][51890.526738] default      |        Rectangle 1x1
[E][51890.526745] default      |        Rectangle 1x1
[E][51890.526763] default      |        Rectangle -1x-1
[E][51890.526777] default      |  Object: size 136, type Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format (262147), id Spa:Enum:ParamId:EnumFormat (3)
[E][51890.526785] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:mediaType (1), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526792] default      |      Id 2        (Spa:Enum:MediaType:video)
[E][51890.526798] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:mediaSubtype (2), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526804] default      |      Id 1        (Spa:Enum:MediaSubtype:raw)
[E][51890.526809] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:format (131073), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526816] default      |      Id 11      (Spa:Enum:VideoFormat:RGBA)
[E][51890.526822] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:size (131075), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526828] default      |      Choice: type Spa:Enum:Choice:Range, flags 00000000 40 8
[E][51890.526834] default      |        Rectangle 1x1
[E][51890.526840] default      |        Rectangle 1x1
[E][51890.526845] default      |        Rectangle -1x-1
[E][51890.526871] pw.context  | [      context.c:  817 pw_context_debug_port_params()] params Spa:Enum:ParamId:EnumFormat: 1:0 Argument invalide (output format (no more input formats))
[E][51890.526890] default      |  Object: size 256, type Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format (262147), id Spa:Enum:ParamId:EnumFormat (3)
[E][51890.526897] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:mediaType (1), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526905] default      |      Id 2        (Spa:Enum:MediaType:video)
[E][51890.526911] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:mediaSubtype (2), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526917] default      |      Id 1        (Spa:Enum:MediaSubtype:raw)
[E][51890.526923] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:format (131073), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526930] default      |      Choice: type Spa:Enum:Choice:Enum, flags 00000000 28 4
[E][51890.526937] default      |        Id 12      (Spa:Enum:VideoFormat:BGRA)
[E][51890.526943] default      |        Id 12      (Spa:Enum:VideoFormat:BGRA)
[E][51890.526949] default      |        Id 8        (Spa:Enum:VideoFormat:BGRx)
[E][51890.526954] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:modifier (131074), flags 00000008
[E][51890.526960] default      |      Choice: type Spa:Enum:Choice:Enum, flags 00000000 32 8
[E][51890.526966] default      |        Long 72057594037927935
[E][51890.526971] default      |        Long 72057594037927935
[E][51890.526977] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:size (131075), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526983] default      |      Rectangle 1920x1036
[E][51890.526989] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:framerate (131076), flags 00000000
[E][51890.526996] default      |      Fraction 0/1
[E][51890.527002] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:maxFramerate (131077), flags 00000000
[E][51890.527009] default      |      Choice: type Spa:Enum:Choice:Range, flags 00000000 40 8
[E][51890.527015] default      |        Fraction 25/1
[E][51890.527020] default      |        Fraction 1/1
[E][51890.527026] default      |        Fraction 25/1
[E][51890.527039] default      |  Object: size 208, type Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format (262147), id Spa:Enum:ParamId:EnumFormat (3)
[E][51890.527046] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:mediaType (1), flags 00000000
[E][51890.527052] default      |      Id 2        (Spa:Enum:MediaType:video)
[E][51890.527058] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:mediaSubtype (2), flags 00000000
[E][51890.527064] default      |      Id 1        (Spa:Enum:MediaSubtype:raw)
[E][51890.527071] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:format (131073), flags 00000000
[E][51890.527078] default      |      Choice: type Spa:Enum:Choice:Enum, flags 00000000 28 4
[E][51890.527085] default      |        Id 12      (Spa:Enum:VideoFormat:BGRA)
[E][51890.527091] default      |        Id 12      (Spa:Enum:VideoFormat:BGRA)
[E][51890.527097] default      |        Id 8        (Spa:Enum:VideoFormat:BGRx)
[E][51890.527103] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:size (131075), flags 00000000
[E][51890.527109] default      |      Rectangle 1920x1036
[E][51890.527115] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:framerate (131076), flags 00000000
[E][51890.527121] default      |      Fraction 0/1
[E][51890.527127] default      |    Prop: key Spa:Pod:Object:Param:Format:Video:maxFramerate (131077), flags 00000000
[E][51890.527133] default      |      Choice: type Spa:Enum:Choice:Range, flags 00000000 40 8
[E][51890.527139] default      |        Fraction 25/1
[E][51890.527145] default      |        Fraction 1/1
[E][51890.527152] default      |        Fraction 25/1
[E][51890.527168] pw.link      | [    impl-link.c:  111 link_update_state()] (69.0 -> 70.0) negotiating -> error (no more input formats)

Monsieur Marav, how about to tell us more about your graphics card setup?

Like Zhao Lin said already, unfortunately, the video side of PipeWire works only with the KMS framebuffer, even the Wayland itself manage to work on various other setups, so I am very curious to know full details about your graphics.

Secondly, please verify to have NOTHING on /etc/pipewire folder. No files, no directories, NOTHING. IF you found something, please remove everything and reboot.

marav 10-24-2021 02:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LuckyCyborg (Post 6295279)

Monsieur Marav, how about to tell us more about your graphics card setup?

Like Zhao Lin said already, unfortunately, the video side of PipeWire works only with the KMS framebuffer, even the Wayland itself manage to work on various other setups, so I am very curious to know full details about your graphics.

First, I have to mention that thumbnails / wayland works well with plasma 5.22.5

Here it is :
Code:

blackstar :: ~ inxi -G
Graphics:  Device-1: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD/ATI] Lucienne driver: amdgpu v: kernel
          Device-2: Sunplus Innovation Integrated_Webcam_HD type: USB driver: uvcvideo
          Display: x11 server: X.Org 1.20.13 driver: loaded: amdgpu,ati unloaded: modesetting,vesa resolution: 1920x1080~60Hz
          OpenGL: renderer: AMD RENOIR (DRM 3.42.0 5.15.0-rc6 LLVM 13.0.0) v: 4.6 Mesa 21.2.4


cwizardone 10-24-2021 03:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by marav (Post 6295270)
Probably, you don't remember, but my pipewire, with your setup, has been working fine since this summer...
https://www.linuxquestions.org/quest...ml#post6277797

the full output in att.

Took a look at that post and tried, again, to install pipewire and had the same negative result. This time it didn't even make any system sounds. Zip. It doesn't work, for whatever reason. I'm not going to fiddle with it again, so no response is necessary.
:)

marav 10-24-2021 03:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cwizardone (Post 6295287)
Took a look at that post and tried, again, to install pipewire and had the same negative result. This time it didn't even make any system sounds. Zip. It doesn't work, for whatever reason. I'm not going to fiddle with it again, so no response is necessary.
:)

Pipewire just doesn't like you, that's all :D

Here, I have no problem since the beginning :
audio ok, bluetooth ok and - not a big deal, I can live without - thumbnails in the taskbar (ok with 5.22.5 but not with 5.23.x).

Jeebizz 10-24-2021 05:48 PM

stupid virtual/soft-keyboard
 
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I am still getting the same behavior, I created another --Current iso , which includes Saturday's update (10/23/2021). I did another FULL install - nothing excluded not even akonadi. I changed inittab to 4, and chose one of the default (stock), login screens under SDDM(I chose the Maya theme):

Rebooted, and instead of the login screen it is a black screen until I randomly click - then I get the screen to type in my user name and password - and right before I do; the stupid soft-keyboard comes up again, why? ::banghead:


So with or without akonadi, this behavior occurs. If it means anything I am also running with the VBox guest additions, but I do not see how that should affect it.

-edit

Oh, and the virtual keyboard always popups when I switch from username to password and get ready to type, and I always have to click on the keyboard icon to the lower right (where the smiley face is to the left of it), just to get the ability to type with my actual keyboard.... again, WHY does this even occur?

Paulo2 10-24-2021 06:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jeebizz (Post 6295325)
I am still getting the same behavior, I created another --Current iso , which includes Saturday's update (10/23/2021). I did another FULL install - nothing excluded not even akonadi. I changed inittab to 4, and chose one of the default (stock), login screens under SDDM(I chose the Maya theme):

Rebooted, and instead of the login screen it is a black screen until I randomly click - then I get the screen to type in my user name and password - and right before I do; the stupid soft-keyboard comes up again, why? ::banghead:


So with or without akonadi, this behavior occurs. If it means anything I am also running with the VBox guest additions, but I do not see how that should affect it.

-edit

Oh, and the virtual keyboard always popups when I switch from username to password and get ready to type, and I always have to click on the keyboard icon to the lower right (where the smiley face is to the left of it), just to get the ability to type with my actual keyboard.... again, WHY does this even occur?

I didn't test it, but according to "man sddm.conf" it is the "InputMethod" option in "/etc/sddm.conf".
Code:

OPTIONS
      [General] section:

      HaltCommand=
              Halt command.  Default value is "/usr/bin/loginctl poweroff".

      RebootCommand=
              Reboot command.  Default value is "/usr/bin/loginctl reboot".

      Numlock=
              Change numlock state when sddm-greeter starts.  Valid values are
              on, off or none.  If property is set to none, numlock  won't  be
              changed.  Default value is "none".

      InputMethod=
              Set  the  Qt input method for the greeter.  Tablet users with Qt
              Virtual Keyboard installed can set this  to  "qtvirtualkeyboard"
              for  the  on-screen keyboard.  Other known values are "ibus" for
              the Intelligent Input Bus, or "compose" for dead  keys  support.
              Leave this empty if unsure.


Jeebizz 10-24-2021 06:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Paulo2 (Post 6295335)
I didn't test it, but according to "man sddm.conf" it is the "InputMethod" option in "/etc/sddm.conf".
Code:

OPTIONS
      [General] section:

      HaltCommand=
              Halt command.  Default value is "/usr/bin/loginctl poweroff".

      RebootCommand=
              Reboot command.  Default value is "/usr/bin/loginctl reboot".

      Numlock=
              Change numlock state when sddm-greeter starts.  Valid values are
              on, off or none.  If property is set to none, numlock  won't  be
              changed.  Default value is "none".

      InputMethod=
              Set  the  Qt input method for the greeter.  Tablet users with Qt
              Virtual Keyboard installed can set this  to  "qtvirtualkeyboard"
              for  the  on-screen keyboard.  Other known values are "ibus" for
              the Intelligent Input Bus, or "compose" for dead  keys  support.
              Leave this empty if unsure.


Are those the only option? I want to only use a REAL keyboard, I am not running a tablet, nor do I have touchscreen either. What value is there for just a regular keyboard?

-edit

Since akonadi has no bearing on this, I am going continue to exclude it from now own like I have always done. It would be nice if I can lose the virtual keyboard (whatever package that it is under), but I fear KDE will probably have some kind of fit anyways, so I won't bother - I just want to know what option do I use in InputMethod= , to only default to a real keyboard, thus preventing the soft-keyboard from ever interfering.

Paulo2 10-24-2021 06:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jeebizz (Post 6295336)
Are those the only option? I want to only use a REAL keyboard, I am not running a tablet, nor do I have touchscreen either. What value is there for just a regular keyboard?

-edit

Since akonadi has no bearing on this, I am going continue to exclude it from now own like I have always done. It would be nice if I can lose the virtual keyboard (whatever package that it is under), but I fear KDE will probably have some kind of fit anyways, so I won't bother - I just want to know what option do I use in InputMethod= , to only default to a real keyboard, thus preventing the soft-keyboard from ever interfering.

I think you could test it editing the file /etc/sddm.conf and change the line
Code:

InputMethod=qtvirtualkeyboard
to
Code:

InputMethod=

Jeebizz 10-24-2021 07:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Paulo2 (Post 6295340)
I think you could test it editing the file /etc/sddm.conf and change the line
Code:

InputMethod=qtvirtualkeyboard
to
Code:

InputMethod=

Alright! ok, that solved it - question is why is then set to qtvirtualkeyboard in the first place? :scratch:

enorbet 10-25-2021 07:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jeebizz (Post 6295344)
Alright! ok, that solved it - question is why is then set to qtvirtualkeyboard in the first place? :scratch:

It's not set on every SDDM theme, just a few of them. This is likely because KDE does not want to be left out of the touchscreen user crowd, including future smartphones. That way, just selecting an appropriate theme is already setup for the keyboard and mouse impaired. ;)

Jeebizz 10-25-2021 09:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by enorbet (Post 6295464)
It's not set on every SDDM theme, just a few of them. This is likely because KDE does not want to be left out of the touchscreen user crowd, including future smartphones. That way, just selecting an appropriate theme is already setup for the keyboard and mouse impaired. ;)

So if I understand your statement correctly, each theme I would have to check sddm.conf in /etc to make sure that option is not there or modify it accordingly?


Then again I am forced to deal with touchscreen on hp laptops, even though I just don't want it - would be nice if the manufacturers would let you to just disable it via bios/uefi and never have to deal with it ever again; but thats neither here nor there.


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