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The current screen configuration is very useful to debug, please attach the files located in ~/.local/share/kscreen/ (these are files with long hashnames that contain information about your screen setup).
The current screen configuration is very useful to debug, please attach the files located in
(these are files with long hashnames that contain information about your screen setup).
Revision as of 21:46, 12 July 2016
How we work
All Solid projects operates in the same way, be sure to read How we work
KScreen is the new screen management software for KDE Plasma Workspaces which tries to be as magic and automatic as possible for users with basic needs and easy to configure for those who want special setups.
The project is composed of a few components:
- KDED Module: Saving and restoring configurations
- KCM Module: Freely configure setups for each set of connected/plugged screens.
- kscreen-console: Debugging tool
The first release (0.1-alpha1) has been released and it is considered experimental.
Currently we're lacking a good End user documentation, help is needed.
How to collaborate
KScreen is a KDE project, so we use the usual ways to communicate to each other and to work together (reviewboard, mailist, irc)
We're using the kde-hardware-devel mailing list kde-hardware-devel
We can't fix bugs if we don't have the needed information to diagnose the problem, so please provide the following information with your bug report:
Enable debugging output by opening ~/.config/QtProject/qtlogging.ini (if the file doesn't exist, create it) and make sure you have the following in it:
The output of:
If your bug is related to the SystemSettings module, please reproduce the bug while executing in a terminal:
If your bug is related to how KScreen reacts to certain events (for example you plug your monitor and nothing happens), execute the following in a terminal and reproduce the bug:
kquitapp kded kded5
The current screen configuration is very useful to debug, please attach the files located in ~/.local/share/kscreen/*
(these are files with long hashnames that contain information about your screen setup, the filenames are relevant, please don't rename them).