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Wayland Session Added to KDE Neon Unstable Developer Edition

Wayland is installed by default in the latest builds of KDE Neon Developer Edition. The Ubuntu-based software stack — it doesn’t like to be called a distribution, remember — is shipping the next-gen display server protocol as part of the default install for the unstable branch of its developer edition, whose software is built daily from […]

This post, Wayland Session Added to KDE Neon Unstable Developer Edition, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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KDE Neon 5.10 Available to Download, Comes with with Plasma 5.10

A new version of KDE neon (sic) is available to download. KDE neon User Edition 5.10 ships with Plasma 5.10. This is the latest stable release of the modern desktop environment. You get all the latest improvements, like being able to group and ungroup windows in the task bar, put icons on the desktop, and access media controls from […]

This post, KDE Neon 5.10 Available to Download, Comes with with Plasma 5.10, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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A Built-in ‘Night Light’ Feature Is Coming to KDE Plasma

KDE night color featureA blue light filter may soon come built-in to the KDE Plasma desktop. Developers have been working on adding color correction features to the KWin (the KDE window manager/compositor) in Wayland. Although commits that expose color temperature tweaking are not yet merged (at least, not at the time of writing) it’s still possible that Plasma 5.11, which is due in September, could ship with […]

This post, A Built-in ‘Night Light’ Feature Is Coming to KDE Plasma, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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