Ok, so Fedora is shipped with a different plasma colors in KDE, but I can't figure out how to change them back. I mean the panel is blue and I want it to be silver as it should be as default. Please help!
on 07/25/2009 – Made popular on 07/25/2009
How do I change the default bash colors when logging in (as root) to a remote box via putty?Currently, I see a black background with dark-blue colors for directories that are very hard ... [by BubbaG1]
For years, KDE has delivered excellence in its Plasma desktop environment. The Plasma project is so big in itself, it has three parts- Plasma Desktop, Plasma Netbook and the new Plasma Active. Plasma Active turned some heads in October this year, when its first version appeared for tablets.Plasma Active 2 claims that it adapts to the way you use your device.
I upgraded last night, including the latest kernel but there may also have been a couple of kde-specific updates. I can check if anybody is interested.Booting today, plasma-desktop was only partially usable. Reboot did not help. Removing old plasma config files and recreating them did not help. Eventually, I tracked it down to the Dictionary widget.