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    • Nate Graham's avatar
      Tell user what to do instead of using sudo or kdesu · 84293c75
      Nate Graham authored
      This warning shown when running Kate or KWrite using sudo or kdesu
      is not very helpful, and leaves the user with the impression that
      Kate and KWrite have no functionality for editing documents requiring
      elevated privileges, when in fact the opposite is true. But we have
      not told the user what to do instead of what they were trying to do,
      so they do not know about it.
      
      So let's tell the user what to do instead. :)
      
      
      (cherry picked from commit d9650c00)
      84293c75
    • Waqar Ahmed's avatar
      Use KColorScheme shades for changed lines color · 2c10388b
      Waqar Ahmed authored
      
      (cherry picked from commit 231f95a6)
      2c10388b
    • Waqar Ahmed's avatar
      Use colors from KColorScheme · d3d96068
      Waqar Ahmed authored
      
      
      Instead of hard-coding colors, use colors from KColorScheme.
      
      - Colors for showing line changes are still hard-coded. Not sure what to
      use for them. If I use the KColorScheme colors for these, then you there
      is no difference between 'M' / +12 -5 colors. This may be okay for some,
      and for others not. I personally like having a little bit of difference
      in colors. So, if you have any suggestions to improve this, do let me know
      Signed-off-by: Waqar Ahmed's avatarWaqar Ahmed <waqar.17a@gmail.com>
      
      
      (cherry picked from commit 7f029368)
      d3d96068
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