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    • Nate Graham's avatar
      Delete the Touchpad applet · 3b402664
      Nate Graham authored
      Ths only thing this applet can do is disable or re-enable your
      touchpad. If you have no touchpad, it is pointless. If you have only a
      touchpad and no mouse, then the only thing it can do is give you a way
      to brick your laptop until you find a mouse you can use to re-enable
      the touchpad.
      
      The only conceivable non-catastrophic usage of this applet is to
      manually disable a laptop's touchpad when a mouse is plugged in. This is
      an extremely niche use case that can already be accomplished by using
      the "Toggle Touchpad" keyboard shortcut which is exported by the KCM,
      and would be better served by a setting in the touchpad KCM itself to
      automatically disable the touchpad when a mouse is plugged in and
      re-enable it when unplugged, should such a feature be deemed useful. I
      have my doubts, as Libinput has gotten very good at ignoring false input
      these days, so I think there is no longer much of a use case for
      disabling a touchpad at all.
      
      Overall, this applet is not worth the bugs and degradation of the user
      experience that it can cause. It is too dangerous to exist. Let's delete
      it.
      
      BUG: 434720
      BUG: 434718
      BUG: 397210
      BUG: 378879
      BUG: 430029
      BUG: 434717
      FIXED-IN: 5.23
      3b402664
    • Bharadwaj Raju's avatar
      [applets/taskmanager] Ensure highlight effect is cancelled after activating a window · f92ac04a
      Bharadwaj Raju authored and Nate Graham's avatar Nate Graham committed
      Otherwise after activating by clicking on thumbnail, it gets stuck in a weird
      highlight effect state. For example, Yakuake won't open properly.
      f92ac04a
    • Bharadwaj Raju's avatar
      Fix badge overlap with audio indicator · 4f8d62e9
      Bharadwaj Raju authored and Nate Graham's avatar Nate Graham committed
      If the audio indicator is shown along with the badge, shift badge
      downwards so they don't overlap. Also vertically align the two.
      4f8d62e9