After boot KRunner does not appear on Alt+F2. I have to right-click desktop and select Run command... there. After a couple of seconds KRunner dialog appears, and after that keyboard shortcuts work as well. Not a big problem, but perhaps someone knows a solution?
Everything was ok on 13.04
Hi, (sorry the awful English)
I started using KDE Homerun as my default desktop, and it's a fantastic app.
I went curious and clicked on the configuration wheel at the top right of the screen, and noticed something strange..
Beside having my usual tabs (favorite applications, favorite places, recent documents), there was a tiny tab named KRunner.
I recently installed OpenSuse 11.2 on my desktop PC, and krunner (Alt + F2) has never worked from the start. When I hit Alt + F2, the launch app window pops up, but the textbox is greyed out and it is not responsive to any key presses. So, it is basically useless.
Hello!Currently and since May 2012, Xfce 4.10 on Debian is only available on the Experimental repository and only its Core packages. They run fine but you'll lose most of the Xfce Apps and Plugins functionality.Also, it's unlikely that 4.10 will come to Testing/Unstable any time soon, as Debian will be freezing soon and the decision to not include 4.10 is expected.