Author: aidangcole--- via Hampshire Date: To: Peter Alefounder via Hampshire CC: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: [Hampshire] Debian/KDE problems
Personally, I have yet to find a useful way to graft activities into my
workflows (which historically were always work-space based/categorised).
The Plasma default setting is to switch between Activities with
<Meta>+Tab, but this being KDE is of course configurable.
Frustratingly, the good old <Alt>+Tab seems to trump anything and
everything I try to achieve leaving me feeling that I have just taken a
25 year backwards-step.
You should be able to have the same number of workspaces available to
you within each activity.
On 20/12/2021 17:40, Peter Alefounder via Hampshire wrote: > Aidan said:
>> This isn't a Debian thing, it is a Plasma thing. KDE in their wisdom
>> seem to have decided that 'Activities' is where it's all at now. First
>> you need to define your desired 'Activity' and from there you can the
>> set about setting up your workspaces as desired, including custom or
>> different desktop backgrounds.
> Thank you Aidan. I have set about re-creating the desktops I had,
> but giving each one an Activity name. Where the associated icons
> appear, I have yet to discover! Also, bit of a nusiance not to be
> able to switch between them with the mouse wheel. I have not yet
> investigated whether more than one desktop per Activity is allowed,
> if it is, that could potentially be useful.
>> Meanwhile titles and so forth are defined in the system setting
>> appearance sections.
> Only styles, not actual colours, as far as I can find.
>> From memory I think you will probably now find with Debian 7.1 that
>> disks are mounted using the disk's UUID
> I have found some things to try from a new search of the internet.
> Peter Alefounder.