I use KDE plasma garuda, and i wonder if i can change task switcher, because it doesnt look really pleasing in my opinion.
Hi there, welcome to the forum.
Open System Settings, select Window Management and then Task Switcher and have fun
With all due respect this is the type of attitudes that push ppl away from Linux a lot of times... I am very new to Garuda as well. The guy could have easily google it but he actually took the time to create an account and post a question on the Forum where you are an Admin ( that should be seen as a compliment ), and lots of time we do this so we can feel part of the community of that distro we just installed. Overall the vibes on the Garuda Forum is not very nice, i have seen lots of ppl making fun of new users and totally looking down on them... not very welcoming ... ( Distro is Great Though )
This was inevitable as a founder.
Can you back that up, please.
Those who are not prepared to take some initiative themselves are out of place in a rolling release.
As you will have read in the template, we could have closed this directly without comment.
We have decided not to repeat here everything that can already be read on the internet.
If some feel they still need to help, that was a reminder to them, not to the OP.
We want to show the way to the solution, but we don't want to spoon feed someone who is too lazy to search.
OK, you didn't read it, so
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OK i will since you asked Nicely!!!!
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