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- Nov 27 2017, 6:07 AM (122 w, 6 d)
Dec 18 2018
Many thanks for this.
Dec 17 2018
I had the same issue with Plasma because I had my wifi security set to "store password for the user only (encrypted)". Once I changed it (system settings > network > connections > wi-fi security) to "store password for all users (not encrypted)" my wifi is connected as soon as my desktop appears. I found out about this from the following link:
Nov 3 2018
I've found a solution to this issue of output not displaying in the application output tab here:
Feb 14 2018
Suggestion: Add the power button widget to the panel, next to the clock (right side?), and change the default leave option to turn off the computer. I feel this adds a slightly neater way of shutting down the computer.
Dec 26 2017
I've done some testing with Qt Creator 4.5.0 installed using the Qt Online Installer for Linux, downloaded from the Qt web site. I also used this installer to install different versions of Qt into my home directory.
With both Qt Creator 4.5.0 and the version in the Solus repo (4.4.1), if I select either of the desktop qt versions (e.g. 5.9.2, 5.9.3, 5.10.0) from my home directory as the kit to use, I can display the qDebug output to the application output window by:
Nov 27 2017
Same here on Budgie desktop. With the default setting of x-terminal-emulator nothing happens when running a console application. However, changing the terminal (Tools > Options > Environment > System) by selecting gnome-terminal instead of x-terminal-emulator, the console application runs in a terminal (not in the application output tab). I don't know why x-terminal-emulator doesn't work as it's a link to gnome-terminal.