How to change where screen-shots are saved in Ubuntu 18.04

It seems like all screen-shots in Ubuntu 18.04 are saved by default into the Pictures folder. This is fine, or at least it would be if there was a way to change the setting. For some reason adjusting it with gsettings didn’t work for me. The code is below of anyone wants to point out …

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Use Amarok to play and manage music

Amarok was for many years the standard when it came to music players both on KDE and Linux in general. Truth be told I haven’t used it for many years as I have preferred Clementine but after installing Kubuntu 18.04 again I thought I would give it a go again and it is really quite …

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Posteo setup for Kmail, Contacts and Calendar

Firstly, Posteo is a German environmentally and security friendly provider that costs €12 per year. I like it. 2 GB email account, upgradeable Fetched by IMAP/POP3, 50 MB attachments Calendar and address book (synchronisable) 100% green electricity from Greenpeace Energy All saved data can be encrypted at the click of a button Comprehensive encryption Two-factor …

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Protonmail or Tutanota on your Desktop with ElectronMail

ElectronMail with Protonmail

If you have a free account with Protonmail there aren’t many options to use Protonmail on your Desktop. To do so you need to use the Protonmail Bridge which is only available for paid users. ElectronMail solves that problem (As well as for Tutanota). To install Electron-Mail on KDE neon, go to the ElectronMail releases …

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