Just open systemsettings and choose "Desktop Behavior" -> "Virtual Desktops" and make it two Rows. The widget will adjust to half width and the four desktops will be shown in two rows as shown in the screenshot (it seems a little bit wide because I have 3 monitors).
You don't really need to modify the code. :)
I have the Kubuntu backports ppa enabled on my system and so I may have a more recent version of Plasma than provided by vanilla Kubuntu 19.04.
Operating System: Kubuntu 19.04
KDE Plasma Version: 5.16.4
KDE Frameworks Version: 5.60.0
Qt Version: 5.12.2
Kernel Version: 5.0.0-23-generic
OS Type: 64-bit
When I opened System Settings > Regional Settings > ...
To fix the problem we need to install only one package related to Sonnet:
sonnet-plugins (see packages.ubuntu.com)
spell checking library for Qt
sudo apt-get install sonnet-plugins
as it depends on almost all spell-engines - aspell, hunspell, hspell, voikko
and then restart Kate.
It is strange why I have not it installed before. It was ...
By some testing, I identified two files
One can backup these files and then edit them suitably. An example, again using the Kate Handbook. The foreground image is before and the background image is after editing:
(A caveat is that updates ...
I think you're not receiving any updates because you're already on the latest version of kdenlive that was packaged for Xenial.
I looked at the kdenlive-stable repository and it looks like they're only packaging updates for Cosmic (now EOL), Disco, and Eoan.
However, I also saw on the developers' website that they publish a daily AppImage.
So, if you want ...
I figured it out with massive help from @DKBose!
Here are the steps
1. make backup of config file
sudo cp /usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.plasma.pager/contents/ui/main.qml /usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.plasma.pager/contents/ui/main.qml_backup
2. edit config using favourite editor (I simply use kate)
When multiple monitors display the same content, have the same resolution and are not unified, they are stacked exactly on top of each other in the GUI. Just drag the monitor in front to the side to reveal the other monitor(s):
Remove top border or title bar in KDE/Kubuntu while retaining the windows button (Window Buttons Applet)
1.Latte Dock - Install from discover,right click on the dock,
tick borderless>under layouts
Qt >= 5.9
KF5 >= 5.38
Plasma >= 5.12
KDecoration2 >= 5.12
Qt elements: Gui Qml Quick
KF5 elements: ...