About every fifth year the daily worker on Linux will need a major system upgrade. That is not a minor thing. After many happy years on LinuxMint with a KDE desktop environment I had to make a decision. Starting with LinuxMint 19 ‘Tara’ support for KDE has been dropped by the LinuxMintees. What to do? After […]
The other day I wrote about inserting special characters into text documents, advertising the use of KCharSelect for those happy users of the KDE desktop (or CharacterMap, its GNOME equivalent). Let me advertise it a bit further, because it has more in it than meets the – rashly looking – eye.