Latte dock just got even more beautiful.
Cool addition to my icon collection
I couldn't believe today's newspaper
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Thats a really great update, Im already using it. We now have global appmenu support for Wayland sessions, one of the only things which made me stay on X11 for a long time
Oh yes, I'm using it as well (with KwinFT). I'm impressed about the development of KDE.
Unfortunately for me it's not enough to switch to Wayland
Interestingly enough they did not yet import the code for appmenus to KwinFT I think (which explains why it wasnt working with that one), so Im using regular Kwin-git for now
This morning I was almost forced to switch back to X11 due to Kwin restarting when doing git commits with the sign option Filed a bugreport, learned how to compile packages with debug symbols and was able to provide a backtrace so the bug was fixed quite fast Still astonished by how fast!
The last thing I'm really missing now is proper screenshot support But it really has progressed since the last releases, can't deny that.
More than spectacle? It seems working
Tells me "Could not take a screenshot" with every option
I started just today messing with wayland. I was logged in KDE wayland when I read your post and used the same (as in Xorg) shortcut for spectacle and worked.
BTW I use Arch
Seriously, I have no idea what the problem may be. It works for my session (now... ). Wayland on KDE has a lot of glitches but for the (little) time I use it, it is usable. Noone knows what happens tomorrow.
Did you also set proper environment variables to force the usage of Wayland?
I am really shocked and confused on this. I did nothing of these and FF works in Wayland (checked in about:).
I see nothing in /etc/environment, or /etc/profile.d.
I may have the good ghosts in my laptop...
The Arch wiki suggests this so I added them.
Also I was testing Firefox like that (about:support), it showed xwayland without having added MOZ_ENABLE_WAYLAND=1 to /etc/environment so I guess its needed
Do you mean the packages? or the envvar?
I get this
$ env | grep -i qt PLASMA_USE_QT_SCALING=1 QT_WAYLAND_FORCE_DPI=96 QT_AUTO_SCREEN_SCALE_FACTOR=0 $ env | grep -i wayland DESKTOP_SESSION=plasmawayland XDG_SESSION_TYPE=wayland WAYLAND_DISPLAY=wayland-0 QT_WAYLAND_FORCE_DPI=96 $ pacman -Qs wayland local/kwayland 5.82.0-1 (kf5) Qt-style Client and Server library wrapper for the Wayland libraries local/kwayland-integration 5.21.5-1 (plasma) Provides integration plugins for various KDE frameworks for the wayland windowing system local/kwayland-server 5.21.5-1 (plasma) Wayland server components built on KDE Frameworks local/libva 2.11.0-1 Video Acceleration (VA) API for Linux local/plasma-wayland-session 5.21.5-1 Plasma Wayland session local/qt5-wayland 5.15.2+kde+r22-1 (qt qt5) Provides APIs for Wayland local/sddm 0.19.0-6 QML based X11 and Wayland display manager local/wayland 1.19.0-1 A computer display server protocol local/wayland-protocols 1.21-1 Specifications of extended Wayland protocols local/xorg-xwayland 21.1.1-1 (xorg) run X clients under wayland
Maybe my sin is I have been using Gnome on Wayland on the same account, just before I start using KDE wayland...
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I mean the variables, added to /etc/environment
λ env env | grep -i qt PLASMA_USE_QT_SCALING=1 QT_WAYLAND_FORCE_DPI=96 QT_QPA_PLATFORM=wayland QT_AUTO_SCREEN_SCALE_FACTOR=0 QT_LINUX_ACCESSIBILITY_ALWAYS_ON=1
I'm pretty sure the missing
QT_QPA_PLATFORM=wayland in your envvars is what makes spectacle work for you