You don’t need to explicitly install solid. It will get pulled in as a dependency.
This is terrifying
I prefer flameshot as well but it has some issues on wayland if you use multiple monitors.
Please don’t use discover or any other packagekit-based application(Gnome Software) to install/update packages on Arch-based distros. On the other hand, it is fine for managing flatpaks and kde components.
Looks like you’re getting there I’ve never run a system with both Gnome and KDE installed, and others have reported minor conflicts and problems when they do. If you do decide to switch to KDE full time, a clean install might have some benefits.
Very neat suggestion. It would definitely work for me when I put on my suckless hat.
The truth is I support 5 other users in the family on EndeavourOS (long hard fought battle to get them off Windows 10 then onto Gnome). I have 2 more people I would like to move this year to Gnome. So for non technical users I try to have GUI like experiences like the Pop Store where possible.
I 100% agree with having a separate profile. My goal is not longterm co-existence. Its to help me monitor Wayland, Pipewire and Firejail changes as I plan to move fully over to KDE.
I’m actively writing documentation so I can re-build my setup by doing a new install. So at the moment I am writng a Matrix for the applications I intend to use in KDE for when I full switch my workflows to KDE…
So the real challenge for me is I am doing this while also trying to get my day to day work done. So perhaps I won’t do any crazy Linux Scoop theming till I am ready
This kind of switch reminds me of when I compare Windows (Gnome) to OS/2 (KDE). KDE is like the ultimate lego. And to be really honest that last time I used KDE was maybe 2003.
So today I figured out that KDE is not remembering my Mic and Volume preferences every time I sign out and then sign back in again (it resets to 69%). So now I am research what solution I should use for a pipewire\wayland setup.
I hope it is not creating a manual configuration file.