Description of problem:
After upgrade to 5.17.4, I cannot run krunner via Alt+F2.
To be precise, after system start, I've successfully started konversation, kmail and one doplhin window via Alt+F2 and the application name. This was like within one minute from start.
Trying to start second Dolphin window, hitting Alt+F2 does not bring it (the krunner) up.
If I switch to konsole and try Alt+F2, it writes the capital "Q". Other Alt+F? combos seem to work without any problem.
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The upstream bug includes some workarounds.
ok, thanks, running
seems to fix the problem
now I just wonder how this could be put into the package so that it fixes itself on upgrade, not breaking users systems ...
That is the mystery, those kconf_update scripts are supposed to run automatically to do just that.
Met the same issue with plasma-workspace-libs-5.18.4-1.fc32.x86_64. The system installed and removed this package at Fedora 26, and recently re-installed it at Fedora 32 through the 'kde-desktop' group.
The update script seems to have worked, but the popup isn't themed like the panel. Is this likely to go away once I've logged out and in again, or should I file a separate bug?
one issue per bug please
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