Today I tried to make a sreenshot and this wasn’t working. There was no default screenshot application installed with my KDE desktop. I had to install it myself. Should this application not be installed by default?
Well, there’s a plethora of screenshot tools like Kazam, Shutter and Flameshot to mention a few, and people tend to use their own favourite.
Hence there are going to be a lot of people uninstalling and then installing what they want. It didn’t take that long to install Spectacle, right?
KDE Plasma has a rep of being overly bloated, so I personally think it’s a good thing to keep it as lean as possible.
No it was easy to install and set up. I was using KDE Neon before and there it was installed by default. So here I was thinking that I did something wrong with the installation of EndeavourOS with de KDE desktop.
Then I understand. Neon comes with the full Plasma install. There are a few more options when it comes to installing Plasma on an Arch based system.
If you want to read more about it there is a good wiki (scroll down to KDE):
I prefer as little as possible and then adding the thing I need.
PS. I’m not suggesting installing Plasma next to Plasma. DS.
Thank you for this link.
Just added it to installed packages should be there per default, and this one is the default kde tool
Wow that’s impressive.