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    • Ismael Asensio's avatar
      Fix extra bottom spacing for QML KCMs · 522a7fe0
      Ismael Asensio authored
      For QWidget KCMs, the spacing between main content and general
      buttons is achieved via `VBoxLayout.spacing`.
      
      For QML KCMs on the other hand, this spacing gets added to the
      button row `contentMargins`, so we need to remove this extra
      spacing to keep consistency.
      522a7fe0
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    • Nicolas Fella's avatar
      Rework main.cpp · 949098e7
      Nicolas Fella authored
      The main change is that all commandline parsing happens before the KDBusService part is reached. This allows to unify the command line handling and error checking for the cases of launching a new systemsettings and activating an existing instance.
      
      This fixes the issues that it was impossible to use systemsettings5 --list when an instance was already running and that it was impossible to pass arguments with a module when activating an existing instance. It also adds some additional error checking/reporting.
      
      The SystemSettingsApp class and its (apparently unused DBus interface) is removed in the process.
      949098e7
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    • Nate Graham's avatar
      [sidebar view] Show list item separator lines · 8e14096d
      Nate Graham authored
      Showing lines is the default setting, so not doing so makes the sidebar
      list visually inconsistent with the various other lists inside QML-based
      KCMs.
      
      My sense is that the reason why we hid the lines in the past was
      because the lines had a very heavy appearance, but that was improved
      recently to look much more lightweight.
      
      Therefore, let's turn the lines on.
      8e14096d