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Tuesday, 31 August 2021

Tuesday, 31 August 2021. Today KDE releases a bugfix update to KDE Plasma 5, versioned 5.22.5.

Plasma 5.22 was released in June 2021 with many feature refinements and new modules to complete the desktop experience.

This release adds a month's worth of new translations and fixes from KDE's contributors. The bugfixes are typically small but important and include:

  • KDE GTK Config: Ziurtatu GSettings aldaketak benetan baliozkotzeaz. Commit.
  • KSystemStats: Konpondu IPV6 helbideen erabilera. Commit. #436296 akatsa konpontzen du.
  • [applets/digitalclock] Utzi ordu-gune luzeen zerrenda kiribiltzen. Commit. Fixes bug #439147
View full changelog

Tuesday, 8 June 2021

Plasma 5.22 is here, and it is more reliable and stable than ever. By cleaning up and refactoring code in the background, the Plasma desktop gives you greater responsiveness and performance, helping you become even more productive without hiccups or surprises. Enjoy a smoother experience with KDE’s Plasma 5.22 desktop.

Plasma 5.22 has become more pleasurable to use through improvements to the design and greater smoothness and consistency in transparencies, blurs, icons, and animations. Moving things to accessible locations, offering hints and visual cues, and creating new settings allows you to customize your work environment to make it fit perfectly to your needs. Following the true KDE spirit, the push for a more stable and attractive desktop does not mean you have to renounce control over how you want it to look or behave. Plasma 5.22, as always, packs all the flexibility and tools for customization you have come to expect and love, and some more to boot.

Meanwhile, the push to move Plasma in its entirety to Wayland (the display protocol of the future) continues in full swing. So much so that popular distros are starting to ship Plasma with Wayland by default. By using Wayland behind the scenes, Plasma is able to include features and bug fixes not possible to implement on X11, offering you a better experience and more stability.

Want to know more? Read on to find out what to look forward to in Plasma 5.22:

General Eye Candy & Usability

Developers continue to work on the aesthetics to make using Plasma more pleasurable with every new version. This time around, the big new feature is Adaptive Transparency: This means the panel and panel widgets will usually be pleasantly translucent, but will become entirely opaque if there are any maximized windows, to avoid any visual distractions when you need to focus. You can also make your panel always translucent or always opaque if you want.

Adaptive Transparency

It is this kind of attention to detail that makes Plasma a pleasure to use. Take what happens when you hover over an app’s icon in the Task Manager in the panel: a tooltip will appear showing you previews of all the windows that the app has open. This is not new, but now, when you move your cursor over the preview, the window itself will show up in the main work area, giving you a full-sized view of what it contains. As with most things Plasma, you can switch this option off if you find it unhelpful.

We gradually improve the applications which ship with Plasma too, and have transitioned to Plasma System Monitor from the older KSysguard as the default system monitoring app. Now you can keep an eye on what’s going on with your apps in the brand new Application view, and more easily customize the app to show anything you want. Likewise, applet and widgets get tweaks and improvements all the time, the Sticky Notes widget, that now allows you to change the size of the text they show.

And the push to the window system of the future continues: developers have hugely improved Wayland support in general, and the Plasma Wayland session now supports Activities: a classic feature unique to the Plasma desktop that allows you to have completely different environments for different aspects of your computing life. Activities let you separate your day job environment from your side-gig as a vlogger and podcaster, and from your leisure time, when you just want to relax and watch a movie or chat with friends. In a similar vein, the Global Menu applet now lets you search through menu items on Wayland.

Sistemako ezarpenak

The System Settings application is the place where you tailor Plasma to your needs. New in Plasma 5.22, System Settings opens up on a speed dial page that gives you direct access to the most commonly used settings, as well as to the ones you have accessed most. It also shows a link to where you can change the wallpaper and another for more tweaks of the overall look of Plasma.

Offline updates (which ask you to reboot and are then applied while the system is starting) are excellent for when an update could potentially interfere with a running application. That said, some users find them annoying, so System Settings now offers an option to disable them – or enable them if you are running a distro that has decided to leave them off by default. Open System Settings and navigate to the Software Update page to adjust this service to your liking.

Finally, developers and designers have been hard at work improving the accessibility and keyboard navigability of the settings to make it easier for everyone to make their way around the many options available.

Sistemaren erretilua

Widgets in the System Tray (usually located down in the right-hand corner of the panel) are much more consistent in appearance and are also more useful. Plasma 5.22 introduces a re-designed Digital Clock that not only improves its looks, but also gives you the option of having the date below the time or having it to one side, on the same line, making it easier to read. A related improvement is that the look of the calendar that pops up when you click on the clock has been overhauled, and is now more functional and gives you more information in the same space, while at the same time making it easier on the eyes.

Another upgrade is that you can now select the audio devices' profiles directly from the Audio Volume widget in System Tray. This means, you can switch the audio output from the internal loudspeakers to, say, your TV via HDMI in just three clicks and without having to go through the audio configuration dialog. Just click on the hamburger menu beside the device you want to change and pick Profiles… from the drop down menu.

The Clipboard, where all your copied stuff goes, has become easier to use, as you can now see all its contents by simply pressing Meta [Windows Key] +V.


KRunner is Plasma’s mini command-line launcher you activate by pressing [Alt] + [Space]. You can use KRunner to start applications, open web pages, access bookmarks, search through your desktop data, calculate equations, and much more.

KRunner can now show several lines of text rather than one single line. That means, for example, that you can now easily read long dictionary definitions conveniently (type “define” + a word to make KRunner show a dictionary definition). Also, KRunner no longer returns confusing duplicate search results, so when you search for “Firefox”, KRunner now shows just one result and not several for the desktop app, command line app, panel shortcut, and so on.


From incoming messages to hardware events, Plasma’s Notification widget keeps you informed of all things happening on your desktop by showing little pop-up messages.

In Plasma 5.22’s Wayland session, the Notification widget becomes smart and gets out of your way when you don’t want it to interrupt you: If you are sharing or recording your screen for an online presentation, class, or video, the Notification widget will automatically enter “Do Not Disturb” mode and suspend intrusive pop-up notifications until you are done.

It can also inform you when a download from the Internet has been blocked because you need to tell the browser to start or continue with the download. What’s more, when the download is done, the Notification widget can figure out and show you which app will open the file.

KWin eta grafikoak

KWin is the window management software in the background that makes Plasma work. It controls everything from transparencies and effects to the shape and size of the screen. Speaking of which, from Plasma 5.22 onwards, KWin supports variable refresh rate/FreeSync screens on Wayland. This means that if you have more than one screen and each of them has a different refresh rate, you can configure each one individually so video playback and games will look perfect regardless of which one they are displayed on.

Another thing that contributes to a good video experience in Wayland is that KWin can now set a screen’s overscan value. This ensures that none of the images will be cut off outside the borders of the screen, and can also be used to remove black borders around the edges. This is useful if you want to play a movie on a TV, for example.

Other KWin Wayland improvements include the Present Windows effect (showing all the open windows when you move the cursor to the upper left-hand corner of the screen) working across the board exactly as on X11. You can now maximize windows vertically and/or horizontally. You can plug in an external graphics card and KWin will pick it up and configure it on the fly–no need to restart Plasma. And performance is now improved thanks to supporting direct scan-out for full-screen windows (only on non-NVIDIA GPUs for now). The increase in performance happens because KWin now avoids unnecessary copies of the screen contents when there is a game or application running full-screen. By not having to copy the screen over and over, playback runs faster.

Finally–and this works on Wayland and X11–if you have more than one screen, new windows open on the screen where your cursor is located.

If you would like to learn more, check out the full changelog for Plasma 5.22.

Thursday, 13 May 2021

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KDE Plasma 5.22 Beta

Thursday, 13 May 2021

This is the Beta release of Plasma 5.22. To make sure that end-users have the best possible experience with Plasma 5.22, KDE is releasing today this test version of the software. We encourage the more adventurous to test-run it and report problems so that developers may iron out the wrinkles before the final release scheduled for the 8th of June.

Plasma 5.22 is gearing up to be a leap forward with regards to stability and usability. Developers have concentrated their efforts on ironing out hundreds of bugs and removing paper cuts, while also tweaking details. The aim of Plasma 5.22 is to allow users to become even more productive and enjoy a smoother experience when using KDE’s Plasma desktop.

DISCLAIMER: This is beta software and is released for testing purposes. You are advised to NOT use Plasma 5.22 Beta in a production environment or as your daily desktop. If you do install Plasma 5.22 Beta, you must be prepared to encounter (and report to the creators) bugs that may interfere with your day-to-day use of your computer.

Jarraitu irakurtzen Plasma 5.22 Beta-ri buruz gehiago jakiteko:

Plasma orokorrean

  • Plasma System Monitor replaces KSysguard as the default system monitoring app
  • New adaptive panel transparency feature makes the panel and panel widgets more transparent, but turns off transparency entirely when there are any maximized windows. You can also make your panel always transparent or always opaque if you want.
  • The new Kickoff no longer suffers from either an irritating delay before switching categories or accidentally switched categories when moving the cursor
  • Support for activities on Wayland
  • The Global Menu applet now lets you search through menu items on Wayland
  • The Task Manager’s “Highlight Windows” feature now only highlights windows when hovering over that window’s thumbnail in the tooltip, and this behavior has been turned on by default
  • Global shortcuts involving non-Latin symbols of non-US keyboards now work properly
  • Hugely improved Wayland support in general
  • You can now change the text size in sticky note widgets

Sistemako ezarpenak

  • The app now opens to a new “Quick Settings” page that shows some of the most commonly/frequently changed settings, and offers a link to the place where you can change the wallpaper
  • You can now disable offline updates if you’re using a distro that has decided to enable them by default, or enable them if you’re using a distro that hasn’t
  • Improved accessibility and keyboard navigability

Sistemaren erretilua

  • System Tray applets in general are much more consistent in appearance and usability
  • The Digital Clock applet’s popup has been re-designed for better aesthetics and usability
  • You can now force the Digital Clock applet to display the date on the same line as the time even for tall panels
  • You can now select the device profile for your audio devices right from the Audio Volume system Tray applet
  • You can now call up your clipboard history at any time by pressing Meta+V


  • Notifications about files (e.g downloaded files, moved files, etc) now show the app that will open the file if you trigger the “Open” action
  • Download notifications now inform you when they’ve been blocked because you need to tell the browser to really start/continue with the download
  • The notification system now automatically activates Do Not Disturb mode by default while you are sharing your screen or screencasting


  • KRunner can now display multi-line text for search results, which makes dictionary definitions (e.g. type “define food”) useful
  • KRunner no longer returns duplicate results from across different runners (e.g. searching for “firefox” no longer offers you the option to launch the app as well as run the command-line firefox binary)


  • KWin now supports direct scan-out for fullscreen windows run on non-NVIDIA GPUs on Wayland, which improves performance
  • KWin now supports variable refresh rate /FreeSync screens on Wayland
  • KWin now supports hot-plugging GPUs on Wayland
  • KWin now supports setting screens' overscan values on Wayland
  • Vertical and horizontal maximization now work on Wayland
  • The Present Windows effect is fully activatable on Wayland in all contexts
  • On multi-screen setups, new windows now open on the screen where the mouse cursor is located by default
View full changelog

Tuesday, 16 February 2021

Aplikazio-abiarazle berria

Aurkitu, eskuratu eta exekutatu zure aplikazioak inoiz baino azkarrago eta errazago, Plasma-ren aplikazio abiarazle berriarekin.

Abiarazle berriak bi beirate ditu zure programak aurkitzea errazteko, eta teklatu, sagu eta ukimen sarrerakoak hobetuta dator, taula osoan irisgarritasunean aurrerako bultzada ematen diolarik.

Eskuinetik ezkerrera idazten diren hizkuntzen euskarria (Japoniera eta Arabiera esaterako) hobetu da. Gainera, «Aplikazio guztiak» ikuspegi alfabetiko bat, eta zure tresna gogokoen sareta ikuspegi bat ere gehitu ditugu, eta energiarekin lotutako ekintza guztiak («Egin lo», «Berrabiarazi», «Itzali», etab.) abiarazle gainerakorraren behealdean kokatu ditugu beti ikusgai eta erabilgarri egon daitezen.

Amaitzeko, erabiltzaileek jakitera emandako akats gehienak konpondu ditugu, zure gauza guztietara sarbide leunagoa bermatuz.

Kickoff aplikazio abiarazle zaharra nahiago baduzu, ordea, klik gutxi batzuetara, KDEren software biltegian dago.

Aplikazio-gaietan hobekuntzak

Itxura eta izaeraren hobekuntzekin jarraituz, Plasmaren gai lehenetsia erabiltzen duten aplikazioek, orain, kolore-antolaera freskatu bat dute eta goiburu-barra estilo berri bateratu bat, itxura berri garbi, bikainekoa.

Breeze Ilunabarra

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Breeze Ilunabarra erakusten duen pantaila-argazkia panel ilun eta aplikazio argiekin

Ezagutu Breeze Ilunabarra: Plasmarako gai ilun baten eta aplikazioentzako gai argi baten konbinazioa, bi munduetako onenaz goza dezazun. Zure ezarpenetako Gai Orokorrak atalean aurkituko duzu.

Sistema-begiralearen logoa

Plasma sistemaren begiralea

Plasma sistemaren begiralea, sistemaren baliabideak gainbegiratzeko aplikazio berri bat da, eta orain, Plasmaren zati integral bat da.

Plasmaren Sistema-begiraleak ikuspegi ezberdinen aukera zabala ematen du, oinarrizko baliabideei buruzko informazioaren ikuspegi orokorreko orri bat eskainiz, memoria, diskoko espazioa, sarea eta PUZaren erabilera esaterako. Gainera, baliabide gehien kontsumitzen dituzten aplikazioen ikuspegi azkar bat ere ematen du. Horrek zure ordenagailua moteltzen ari diren aplikazioak aurkitu eta akabatzen uzten dizu.

Xehetasun gehiago behar izanez gero, «Aplikazioak» orriak martxan dauden aplikazio guztiak erakusten dizkizu, estatistika eta grafiko zehatzekin batera. «Prozesua» izeneko orri bat ere erabilgarri dago prozesuen banakako informaziorako, eta «Historia»k zure makinako baliabide-erabilerak denboran zehar izan duen bilakaera erakusten dizu.

Azkenik, zure beharretara egokitutako orri propioak ere sor ditzakezu orri editorea erabiliz. Honek zure sistematik jasotzen duzun informazioa zure beharretara egokitzeko aukera ematen dizu.

Ikuspegi orokorreko orria
Historiako orria
Aplikazioen baliabide erabileraren ikuspegi orokorra
Orri-editore berria

KWin eta Wayland

KDE, Wayland-erako lehen mailako euskarria izateko lanean ari da, eta Plasma 5.21ek helburu horretara iristeko egundoko aurrerapena egin du.

KWin-eko konposatzeko kodea luze eta zabal birfaktorizatu dugu eta aldaketek konposatzeko eragiketa guztietan zehar itxarote-denbora murriztu beharko lukete. Konposatzeko ezarpenetan kontrol bat ere gehitu dugu itxarote-denbora murritzago edo animazio leunagoak nahiago dituzun hauta dezazun.

Gainera, Wayland-en freskatze-emari mistoko bistaratze ezarpenen euskarria ere gehitu dugu, hots, pantaila bat 144Hz-ra eta beste bat 60Hz-ra freskatzen izan ditzakezu, ezin hobea lan-estazioak monitore anizkoitzekin hobetzeko. Wayland-en, GPU anizkoitzeko aurretiazko euskarria ere gehitu da.

Wayland-eko alegiazko teklatua hobetu egin da eta orain onartzen ditu GTK aplikazioak «text-input-v3» protokoloa erabiliz. Tableta grafikoen euskarria ere hobetu da, eta orain, aurreko bertsioan falta zituen kontrol guztien euskarria du, kuxin-eraztuna eta kuxin-botoiak esaterako.

Egonkortasun hobekuntza ugariez gain, Wayland-erako euskarri askoz hobea lortzen ari diren Plasma osagai ugari daude. KRunner esaterako, adibidez, Wayland-en irekita dauden leiho guztiak zerrendatzeko gai da, paneleko sistema-erretiluko osagai berri batek teklatuko antolaerari buruz informatzen zaitu, eta orain, GTK 4ek beharrezko dituen ezaugarrien euskarria ematen dugu, GTK 4 aplikazio guztiak ibiliko direlarik.


Sistemako ezarpenak

Plasma 5.21ek orri berria dakar Sistema-ezarpenetan: Plasma Suhesi ezarpenak. Konfiguratzeko modulu honek zure sistemarako suhesi bat ezarri eta editatzen uzten dizu.

Suhesi batek zure sistema kanpoko intrusioetatik babesten edo pribatua mantendu nahi duzun informazioa zure makinatik irten ez dadin blokeatzen lagun diezazuke. Plasma 5.21ek Linux-en erabilienetakoak diren bi suhesi sistemak, «UFW» eta «firewalld», konfiguratzeko era sinplifikatu bat ematen dizu.

Lehendik zeuden konfigurazio-orri batzuk erabat berridatzi dira, eta orain, garbiagoak eta erabiltzeko errazagoak dira. Horixe gertatu da Irisgarritasuna, Mahaigaineko saioa eta SDDM konfiguratzeko moduluekin.

Irisgarritasun KCM berria
Mahaigaineko saio KCM
SDDM KCM berria
Suhesi KCM berria


«Euskarri Jotzaile» trepetaren antolaera hobetu egin da, eta orain, goiburuan fitxa-barra gisa, unean musika jotzen ari diren aplikazioen zerrenda eransten du. Beste hobekuntza bat da, orain, albumaren azalak trepetaren zabalera osoa hartzen duela.

Euskarri jotzaile aplikaziotxoak

Plasma Mobile

Plasma Mobile

Plasma, mota guztietako pantailetara egokitzeko diseinatu izan da beti. Mahaigainean lan egin dezake, baina erraz molda daiteke mugikor, tableta edo tarteko edozertan lan egiteko. Plasma 5.21ean mugikorrerako bi osagai berri gehitzen ari gara bertsio ofizialean.

  • Plasmako telefono osagaiek mugikorreko oskola dute, baita Plasma Mobile-rako berariaz egokitutako plasma trepetak ere.

  • QQC2 Breeze estiloa «Qt Quick Controls 2» estilo aratz bat da. Trepetetan oinarritutako mahaigaineko Breeze gaiaren ikus-estiloarekin bat dator eta RAM eta GPU erabilera txikirako optimizatuta dago.

Beste eguneratze batzuk


Arretarik gabeko eguneratzeak onartzen ditu


Iltzatu KRunner (ez da automatikoki ixten)

Erloju digitala

Ordu-eremuen euskarri hobea

Soinu aplikaziotxoa

Soinuaren aplikaziotxoak, orain, mikrofonoaren zuzeneko bolumena azaltzen du

Gehiago jakiteko, behatu ezazu Plasma 5.21en aldaketen egunkari osoa.

Gustavo Carneiro-ren oroimenez

Gustavo Carneiro

Gustavo, gustukoen zuena egiten: teknologiarekin jostatzen.

Plasma 5.21 Gustavo Carneiro-ri eskainia dago, KDEren Brasilgo kolaboratzailea bera, urtarrilean COVID-19ak eraman zuen.

KDE izan zen Gustavoren software askeko lehen esperientzia, eta bere egin zuen. C ++ garatzaile gisa hasi ez bazen ere, gogor lan egin zuen erabiltzen zituen sistemei buruz ikasteko eta haiek hobetzeko.

Beste gauza askoren artean, Gustavo, KDEren terminal emulatzailearen, Konsole, kolaboratzaile garrantzitsua bilakatu zen, eta teknologiak garatzeari ekin zion, horietako batzuk hain berriak, oraindik ez direla argitaratu.

Orain, bere ondarea Konsole-ren baitan bizi da.

Gustavo, eskerrik asko zure laguntzagatik.