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30.01.2017 KDE Applications in Ubuntu Snap Store
Following the recent addition of easy DBus service snapping in the snap binary bundle format, I am happy to say that we now have some of our KDE Applications in the Ubuntu 16.04 Snap Store. To use them you need to first manually install the kde-frameworks-5 snap. Once you have it installed you can install the applications. Currently we have available: ktuberling – The most awesome game ever! kbruch – Learn how to do fractions (I almost failed at first exercise :O) katomic – Fun and education in one kblocks – Tetris-like game kmplot – Plotting mathematical f...
11.04.2016 Interview with Esfenodon
Could you tell us something about yourself? My name is Iván R. Arós, alias “Esfenodon”. I have been working in computer graphics for the last 13 years, but I think I’ve loved art from the first day I can remember something. I studied Arts at Vigo University, and I have always been using traditional tools to draw and paint. From the first time I realised that as much as I painted with acrylic or oils, watercolors or ink, I become better with digital tools. That’s something I always recommend in my work. Actually I work as Art Director in a small studio at the ...
24.05.2016 Krita at KomMissia
Last weekend, ace Krita hacker Dmitry Kazakov attended KomMissia, the annual Russian comics festival. Best quote award goes to the Wacom booth attendants, who install Krita on all their demo machines because “too many people keep asking about it”! Here’s Dmitry’s report: enjoy! Last weekend I have attended the Russian annual comic festival “KomMissia”. That is a nice event where a lot of comic writers, painters and publishers meet, share ideas, talk and have a lot of fun together. My main goal of visiting the event was to find out what people in the comic in...
05.09.2017 QtLocation 5.9
With Qt 5.9, the QtLocation module has received a substantial amount of new features, as briefly summarized in the release post. The goal of this post is to provide additional details about what’s now possible with QtLocation 5.9. Rotating and tilting maps One long-standing limitation of the built-in tile renderer was the inability to draw rotated or tilted maps and map items. We finally removed this limitation, and in 5.9 maps as well as the map items added to them can be rotated and tilted. This also applies to MapQuickItems, which can be tilted by setting the appropriate zoomLevel val...
26.02.2018 GNOME Shell vs. KDE Plasma Graphics Tests On Wayland vs. X.Org Server
With KDE Plasma 5.12 that openSUSE Tumbleweed has picked up, there is much better Wayland session support compared to previous releases.