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Look what you have done^W^Wdo!

You are using Kate or KDevelop and often editing directly the sources of Markdown files, Qt UI files, SVG files, Dot graph files and whatever else formats which are based on plain text files? 173 more words

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Progress on Kube

A lot has happened since the last release, so let me bring you up to speed on what is cooking for the 0.4 release.
We’ve been mostly focusing on ironing out UX problems all over the place. 1,935 more words

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My Advendtures on Crafting part III - Craft Atelier

Once upon a time, I start o use Craft, an amazing tool inside KDE that does almost all the hard work to compile KDE Applications on Windows and MacOS. 428 more words

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Modest Wallpaper Tweaks

After posting the image of the 5.11 wallpaper feedback started coming in and one thing fairly consistently mentioned is how dark/muted it is. Of course, there were mixed opinions on whether it was good to be dark or if it was a little too far, but it was a clear observation, especially compared to the previous wallpapers. 126 more words

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Plasma 5.11 Wallpaper

Well, it’s that time of the year again where I talk about wallpapers!

For those who watched the livestream of the beach wallpaper, you’ll notice this isn’t what I had been working on. 104 more words

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Minuet - a guitar adventure

Hello again and welcome to my blog! In this post i am going to cover what happened since the first GSoC evaluation and give you some overview on the status of my work. 309 more words

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Healing clone tool first healed image

This was the first time I used the new healing clone tool for the image editor in removing dust spots from a famous photo used in many online tutorials of similar programs, the user interface changed than the initially planed to be more user friendly, as the available functionality in the editor itself appeared to enable a more user friendly scenario than what I had on my head when I started coding, I will attach a screenshot of the tool and my trial to fix the image in this post. 20 more words

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