I’m not sure this even means zsh is my system default now - does it? Yakuake also says “KDE Terminal ~: zsh” in the bottom left corner…
I installed a bunch of fancy newer CLI utilities (e.g. I forgot which one is giving my command prompt this pretty look with icons) - yes, I often go wild with installing new stuff people tell me is cool - but I’m not aware they might have pulled zsh as a dependency. Are there packages that do that: switching your system default shell to zsh?
Or did Manjaro Plasma make zsh the default in the meantime and it was there from the beginning?
In any case I noticed only now because this is the first command mentioning zsh in the output, and I’m trying to find reason why this one isn’t working.
But then how do we account for the multiple reports of the shell changing?
Such as for OP here?
Or is this a language scenario - everyone is talking about ‘the change’ meaning in the new default ISO profile, not a change to their systems?
I think this is specific to KDE as some default KDE choices - like the underlying shell for Konsole is set globally (stored in /usr/share or in /etc/xdg) - so when the maintainer changes the global config - then users - which has not altered defaults - will have the Konsole default changed without knowledge.
This is a very KDE specific issue - and the often repeated sentence update don't change user settings is only true for settings stored in ~/.config - but not for KDE global settings.