Flameshot is an alternative you could consider. @LucyDemoon, Thunderbird 60 isn’t is the arch repos yet, so we’ll have to wait, I guess.
@Berneri - Interesting, hadn’t heard of that one before. Only difference is that Shutter allows you to do annotations as well as screenshots which makes it useful sometimes, as far as I can tell from github Flameshot doesn’t offer that function.
I will wait and see if a new version of Shutter appears, but thanks anyway.
Edit: I was wrong, I had a play with Flameshot and it does do annotations - not as good as Shutter, but it has them just the same, they ought to mention that on github maybe more people would use it!
Just finished the update on KDE Plasma. No issues that I can find on my system.
Hi, I’m having a problem with
powerpill after recently updating. This might have to do with the recent update to python 3.7
/usr/bin/python3: No module named Powerpill
Calamares seems to need a rebuild also because I get an error when launching it from my fresh ISO built against unstable:
[manjaro@manjaro-awesome ~]$ calamares_polkit /usr/bin/calamares: error while loading shared libraries: libpython3.6m.so.1.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Manjaro does not support AUR packages. You have to take this up with the package maintainer.
My mistake. Powerpill is in the Manjaro repos. I only checked for Arch packages.
powerpill is in the community repos
Yep… I forgot to upload on gitlab the package build tree… My fault ( i will do it)… Also in package build if i remember you need to change the folder for python release (only for powerpill)
Python packages in Community
phil@development ~/dev/git/manjaro/repositories/stable-repos/community $ grep python */PKGBUILD | grep -v python2 | cut -d/ -f1 | uniq alternating-layouts audacious-gtk3 audacious-plugins-gtk3 budgie-extras compare-mirrors compiz-manjaro deluge dockbarx econnman gimp-devel gimp-gtk3 jade-dashboard-git kmozillahelper lightdm-settings menulibre ms-office-online mugshot nautilus-admin networkmanager-dmenu ob-autostart ocrdesktop pkgbrowser pmenu pocketsphinx pulseaudio-equalizer-ladspa python-efl python-jade-application-kit python-npyscreen python-svgwrite python-tesserwrap python-xapp sddm-classic slack-online snapd-git snapd snapper-gui sphinxbase terminus-font tintwizard transifex-client udiskie webdad-webapps-git xapps xdgmenumaker xfce4-dockbarx-plugin phil@development ~/dev/git/manjaro/repositories/stable-repos/community $ grep python */*/PKGBUILD | grep -v python2 | cut -d/ -f2 | uniq cinnamon deepin-desktop-base mate-tweak pm2ml powerpill python3-memoizedb python3-xcgf python3-xcpf
Python packages Extra
phil@development ~/dev/git/manjaro/repositories/stable-repos/extra $ grep python */*/PKGBUILD | grep -v python2 | cut -d/ -f2 | uniq a xfce4-notifyd-gtk3 xfce4-power-manager-gtk3 phil@development ~/dev/git/manjaro/repositories/stable-repos/extra $ grep python */PKGBUILD | grep -v python2 | cut -d/ -f1 | uniq calamares-git calamares cups-filters-driverless gst-plugins-good kinfocenter kpmcore-dev kpmcore libglvnd libinput-git manjaro-features-dev manjaro-features-pre manjaro-hello manjaro-printer partitionmanager-dev python-pykwalify python-pyparted pythonqt samba thus-dev thus
Today 1,400 MB update, new language pack, but Manjaro Setting do not work/open, neither in the menu bar nor under Settings
My fold? Due to my installation problems at that first time?
- Software hinzufügen/entfernen
- Software hinzufügen/entfernen
1.-3. all Pamac 6.5.0-1
manjaro-settings-manager: error while loading shared libraries: libicuuc.so.61 needs a rebuild for icu update in unstable.
Go again, thank you very much.
Manjaro GNOME version 17.1.11: Settings Manager "disappeared"
I dont know what is happening but with the latest updates all my AUDIO is a mess.
I mean everywhere I play Video with Audio is a mess with massive lag/noise/crackling etc.
I am using kernel 4.18rc8
glibc 2.28-2, currently in Arch testing, seems to fix the issue with prebuilt electron apps. Skypeforlinux runs fine for me with 2.28-2.
qt5ct: using qt5ct plugin
error: failed to get installed kernels
QProcess: Destroyed while process (“pacman”) is still running.
Shutting down Manjaro Settings Manager…
With Kernel 4.17 everything works fine