Revision as of 08:58, 23 March 2018 by ChristianW (talk | contribs) (Created page with "=== Créer un panneau ===")(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff) Other languages:English • català • dansk • español • français • italiano • polski • Ελληνικά • українська • 中文（中国大陆） • 中文（台灣） Contents 1 Change the audio output when connecting new devices 2 Une barre latérale de type Windows Vista avec une horloge et les nouvelles 2.1 Créer un panneau 2.2 Add widgets 2.3 Hide the panel 2.4 Résultat 3 Using Multiple Plasma Themes 3.1 Set up "(Customized)" Theme 3.2 Appliquer un thème "(Utilisateur)" Change the audio output when connecting new devices If you want audio to automatically switch to HDMI when plugging in a new device, do the following: - Open the volume system settings module - go to the advanced tab - check "Automatically switch all running streams when a new output becomes available" Une barre latérale de type Windows Vista avec une horloge et les nouvelles Once again, the proof that KDE software can do at least as much as Windows... Créer un panneau Right-click on the desktop Click on Add panel Click on the Toolbox of this panel Drag and drop the panel to a side of the screen clicking and holding on Screen edge Configure the height and width as you wish, but keep quite wide to be able to display the widgets in it Add widgets Still in the panel click Add widgets Add the Analog Clock widget and the News or RSSNow widget Hide the panel Click on More settings Click on the Auto-hide option You're done! Résultat Using Multiple Plasma Themes The Plasma workspace allows users to create customized themes whose widgets can be themed using multiple themes. For example, it is possible to have the Taskbar be themed using Oxygen, to have the clock be themed using Aya, and much more customization, allowing you to pick the best plasma themes for each object. Set up "(Customized)" Theme Navigate to the Desktop Theme Details configuration dialog via either Krunner or the System Settings Dialog: Here you can choose what theme is used for different objects in the Plasma workspace. Configure them to your pleasure (it often helps to test each individual plasma element by applying the entire theme to your desktop first) and press Apply. Appliquer un thème "(Utilisateur)" At this point, the workspace settings dialog should list a Plasma theme entitled (Customized). This is the theme mashup that you have created. Select it and hit Apply. Retrieved from "https://userbase.kde.org/index.php?title=Plasma/TweakingPlasma/fr&oldid=392029" Categories: TutorialsDesktopSystem Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.