KDE Project has announced the release of KDE Frameworks 5.105, which focuses on improving support for Flatpak applications,
KDE Frameworks5 Supports Flatpak
Making them consistent with the Breeze icon theme, and preventing them from playing sound notifications by default. With over 80 libraries to Qt, KDE Frameworks provide standard functionality for the KDE Plasma desktop environment and the KDE applications suite.
Flatpak is a popular Linux package manager that allows developers to package applications with their dependencies, making it easier for users to install and run them across different distributions. The update ensures that Flatpak applications work seamlessly with KDE Frameworks, providing a consistent user experience across all applications.
KDE Frameworks 5.105 also includes new icons for the Night Color feature, which improves the visual appeal of the desktop environment. Additionally, there are bug fixes, such as fixing a bug where the symbol for the Filelight application was displayed incorrectly for the GParted and KwikDisk software.
The update also improves the Baloo file indexing service, which is responsible for indexing files and making them easier to search for. Baloo no longer lists files in Python virtualenv folders and stops indexing data for unprintable characters, improving the overall stability of the service.
While not a major update, KDE Frameworks 5.105 is an important one that ensures the continued stability and reliability of the KDE Plasma desktop environment and the KDE applications suite. Linux users are encouraged to update their installations to enjoy a better, more stable experience with KDE.
KDE Frameworks 5.105 is an essential update that provides better support for Flatpak applications, ensures consistency with the Breeze icon theme, and improves the overall stability of the desktop environment.
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