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const_void,

Hmm, I’m not seeing either of those issues. I have a 1.5TB library imported and have listened for many hours straight without a crash. Version 0.4.2 was just released today. Maybe give that a shot. github.com/ludouzi/fooyin/releases/tag/v0.4.2

const_void, (edited )

If you’re using the Arch packages there’s an issue with the PKGBUILD. The fooyin-git package works correctly though. The issue has now been fixed.

const_void,

Wow, it really does. The good old days are back!

pretzel6666, to kde
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@kde I'm quite happy with the Plasma6 release, but I have number of regression with respect to Plasma5.

The worst, by far, is that lockscreen seems to be broken. I use password or fingerprint, with pam configured to ask for fingerprint after password failure. When I unlock after sleep, the greeter only displays an "unlock" button with an open lock icon. Clicking it does nothing. If I manually trigger the screen locker, I can unlock once, but on the second try it usually hangs.

Second problem: touchpad gestures in wayland. It was already a pain that one could not personalize these actions, but at least the defaults were ok for me (3 finger up/down for desktop grid/present windows). And I could use fusuma for more.
The new defaults hijacks all 3-finger gestures to scroll one virtual desktop up/down left/right which I find useless.

And all those widgets which have not been ported yet, and probably never will. I tried to give a quick look at the two I used most, but it is too far away from my kind of programming.

const_void,
const_void,

Everything feels so polished and reworked.

Strange that you say this because not much changed in this release. It’s mainly an update to Qt6. No big UI or UX. What specifically feels different from Plasma 5?

const_void,

What feature are you waiting for in Plasma 6?

const_void,

Looks awesome to me. Even better than what we have these days.

kde, to kde
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Linux Magazine dedicates the cover and their main article of their latest issue to Plasma 6.

@linuxmagazine's 5000-word 8-page feature dives deep into why the version number jump (and why now), the current state of Plasma and KDE's ecosystem of apps and frameworks and what it has to offer, and the changes pushing KDE's software to new levels of efficiency, customization, and enhanced user experience.

https://www.linux-magazine.com/Issues/2024/280

@kde

const_void,

What are you looking forward to in Plasma 6?

kde, to kde
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Plasma 6 RC2 is now out! Ask Us Anything about this release and the upcoming Megarelease in general TODAY, Jan. 31, on Reddit and Lemmy at 6 pm UTC

This is the final test release before KDE publishes Plasma 6.0, Gear 24.02, Frameworks 6 on February 28.

https://kde.org/announcements/megarelease/6/rc2/

If you would like to find out more, developers of all these things will be answering questions today, Jan 31, live on Reddit and Lemmy at 6 pm. Join us!

https://reddit.com/r/kde
https://lemmy.kde.social/c/kde

@kde

A view of Plasma 6 with a dark theme, and windows showing the system settings.
KDE developers David Redondo, Nate Graham, and Josh Goins.

const_void,

What new features are you most proud of?

const_void,

But then you’d still be running Windows…

const_void,

Glad to see the weather applet getting some love with alerts.

const_void,

I personally quit smart watches. I owned an Apple Watch 2 and ‘downgraded’ to a Garmin Instinct. Couldn’t be happier.

const_void,

Lenovo laptops are trash so I imagine their phones would be trash too. I’ll stick to Pixel.

kde, to kde
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And the Winner of the Plasma 6 Wallpaper Competition is... “Sun/Comet”! 🏆

Congratulations to the winner 🖌️ and we look forward to enjoying your work on our desktops.

https://discuss.kde.org/t/winner-announcement/9608

@kde

const_void,

Too cutesy for me but congrats

kde, to kde
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Plasma 6 Release Candidate 1 has landed.

We are less than 50 days away from the final version of .

Along with Frameworks 6 and KDE Gear 24.02, the Megarelaease on the 28th of February will be one of the biggest and more complex upgrades in KDE's history.

One more RC will be released on the 31st of January and then it will be (hopefully) clear sailing until the final release.

https://kde.org/announcements/megarelease/6/rc1/

@kde

Screencap of Plasma 6, showing Settings app, System monitor and the Discover software manager.
Screencap of Plasma 6 showing the Settings app open on the KDE Connect page, and an open KDE Connect widget.

const_void,

What features are you excited for?

const_void,

Lenovo is shit. Never buying another one of their janky machines.

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