KDE neon, the installable KDE Linux with continuous integration and deployment, has migrated its base to Ubuntu 20.04 Long Term Support. Upgrade now and enjoy KDE's bleeding edge software with a new, modern rock-solid base.


Lays Rodrigues will be talking about @atelier (atelier.kde.org/), KDE's software for managing 3D printers, at ConFloss (confloss.com.br/). Lays talk will be broadcast online on August 22 at 13:30 local time (UTC-3):


This week in KDE: window thumbnails on Wayland, darken inactive terminals in Konsole, “About” page in Plasma applets, and more, much more.


Training for the program is still being finalized but there is still loads of talks, workshops, and BoFs in store for you. Check it out and don't forget to register!

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The Linux App Summit goes online in November. Call for papers is now open, so come and tell us about your project!


1 month left till begins online. Have you registered yet? Let us know in the comments and tell us what you are most looking forward to!

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@LateNightLinux episode 95 covers the following topics in its KDE Korner:

* New Slimbook & Nate got one too

* Kdenlive Tutorials & Coming in Kdenlive in August: Modes

* DigiKam becomes sentient

* Wayland improvements coming to Plasma 5.20

Listen to it here: latenightlinux.com/late-night-

This Week in KDE -- "Show and Tell" edition: MP4 videos show embedded cover art, Discover shows updates for add-ons installed via the "Get New [Thing]" windows and the Task Manager shows a better grouping of subtasks.


Take a look at the program with all of the awesome talks, workshops, and BoFs in store for you. And don't forget to register!

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: Resize Window with a Mouse + Key Combo

You probably already know that you can move a window around by holding the [Alt] key, left-clicking on the window and dragging.

You can also resize a window in a similar way: Move the cursor to somewhere near the center-top of a window.Hold down the [Alt] key, click the right mouse button and drag. Drag the top border of the window up and down. The same applies to each corner and side.💡

Note: From Plasma 5.20, instead of [Alt] use [Meta] (Windows key).

Developers of LabPlot, the creators of KDE's data analysis and graphing software, launch version 2.8 Beta. Feedback welcome!


is quickly approaching: Our virtual kick-off starts on the 4th of September and ends on the 11th of September. You don't want to miss this. Make sure you register here:

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How would you like to wear this year’s official t-shirt when begins? July 28th is the last day to order online and receive your shirt before Akademy. Order now!

digiKam developers, creators of KDE's professional photo management application, release version 7.0.0. Includes a new neural network-based system for face recognition, support for more RAW formats, support for HEIF images, and much, much more 📸.


The Ubuntu Podcast says nice things about KDE's Applications website... and you can help us with these junior jobs to make it even better.


In the market for a new laptop? Nate Graham's candid review of the new KDE Slimbook covers its processing power, the build quality, keyboard, ports, and more.


From Berlin to Bangkok or Seattle to Sydney, where will you be when you log in to ? Let us know in the comments and make sure you register here:

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The new KDE Slimbook is here. This AMD Ryzen 4800H machine is sleek, light and powerful. Create, edit and play on the beautiful screen and enjoy all the comforts and features of KDE's desktop and apps.


Something big is coming. Tomorrow, Wednesday July 22, at 10:30 am (CEST). Watch this space.

@LateNightLinux , episode 94, among many other interesting Linux topics, examines the HiDPI fixes coming to Plasma, KDE PIM's latest updates, the apps and Stores KDE apps are being distributed through, and Konsole in 2020.


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