Review of freshly installed Fedora 38 KDE Plasma Desktop (KDE GUI)

SCREENSHOT 211) Select the user’s default key.

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Default Key

SCREENSHOT 212) Finish the initial GnuPG setup.

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Finish Initial setup

SCREENSHOT 213) Key Management with KGpg – generate key pair window.

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KGpg – generate key pair

SCREENSHOT 214) KGpg 22.12.3

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KGpg 22.12.3

SCREENSHOT 215) KMagnifier 22.12.3 – Magnify everything the mouse hovers.

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KMagnifier 22.12.3

SCREENSHOT 216) Automatic Mouse Click – KMouseTool

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SCREENSHOT 217) Speech Synthesizer Frontend – KMouth.

The initial confirmation on the first start of the program.

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KMouth Initial Configuration Text-to-Speech

SCREENSHOT 218) KMouth Initial Configuration Phrase Book.

Choose language and a phrase book.

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KMouth Initial Configuration Phrase Book

SCREENSHOT 219) KMouth Initial Word Completion

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KMouth Initial Word Completion

SCREENSHOT 220) KMouth 22.12.3

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KMouth 22.12.3

SCREENSHOT 221) KWrite 22.12.3 the KDE Text Editor.

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KWrite 22.12.3

SCREENSHOT 222) KWrite with opened CPP file.

There is a preview scrollbar.

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KWrite CPP file

SCREENSHOT 223) KWrite Edit menu and Input Modes sub-menu.

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KWrite Edit menu

SCREENSHOT 224) Multiple actions are available on a selected part of the text.

There are multiple useful actions such as Capitalization – Uppercase, Lowercase, Capitalize, Join Lines, Indentations, and more.

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Kate Selection menu

SCREENSHOT 225) KWrite View menu offers Zoom, Word Wrap, Borders with Show Icon Border, Show Line Numbers, Show Scrollbar Marks and Show Scrollbar Mini-Map, Code Folding, Auto Reload Document and Show Non-Printable Spaces.

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KWrite View menu

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