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Konsole supports the encodings which Qt knows how to convert to/from Unicode. It uses the QTextCodec class (see documentation which lists the supported encodings) which includes many but not necessarily all possible encodings which you may have installed on your system. When you run Konsole, you can select (in the Advanced tab) an encoding from those which ...
I found a solution. Rather than delete the question, I thought I'd post what I have. I'm sure someone or other has the same question somewhere, and if not, I'm sure there's still a cleaner way of doing this. Here goes. (This, by the way, is to make a keyboard shortcut to move the active window to workspace 4.) First, I wrote a script (~/.move4.sh): ...
You can set localectl set-keymap --no-convert <keymap> Which will change the keymap used at startup. Substitute keymap here with the one you'd like to use. Also ensure that you change your other locale information.
GTK apps really aren't much of a problem with KDE. There's a few GTK-specific things that KDE should set up for you automatically (themes and such), but for the most part there's no real difference between vanilla GTK apps and, say, Athena or TK apps. The GTK and QT libraries don't interfere with each other, and most of the interoperability problems ...
The only downside is that you have more libraries in your computer (i.e. the gtk2 libraries) some consider this somehow "polluting" your setup with unnecessary libraries/dependencies, there are Qt purists and GTK purists out there which absolutely refuse to use anything that relies on anything else than their favorite gui library. But the way I look at it, ...
It isn't done in the driversettings, but the program you print in. I've had good experience with evince and chrome
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