About latest stable update (the forum is a mess and I don’t know where to post!):
When I updated something with my KDE setup went wrong. Panel was polluted with some “quick launchers” despite me not having any in the first place. When I removed them and rebooted they came back again. I removed them for the second time. Then my “systray” got another stuff that never was there (some manjaro green icon, that is looking foreing in KDE tray). I believe its “manjaro kernel thingie”. I had to removi it ( I think twice). So settings are not respected and update killed my settings adding stuff that I didn’t want to add messing my panel settings.
There were some other errors I had to fix, but in the end its working as before.
UPDATE WAS TOO HUGE- ITS LIKE I HAD TO INSTALL THE SYTEM AGAIN - everything from kernel, python, kde, all kde software, browsers, all other software. When I observed what is being exchanged for a new one there was not a single thing left untouched. All. I mean all was exchanged for a new version. Simply put why the hell you do not do incremental updates and wait for the system to be like downloaded twice again!!
THIS IS NOT AN UPDATE! ITS A COMPLETE SYSTEM REINSTALL/EXCHANGE!!