How I Customized my KDE Plasma Desktop

Gaurav Bhardwaj
Gaurav Bhardwaj
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Recently I've posted a screenshot of how I customized my KDE Plasma Desktop on Reddit, received a great number of upvotes and comments. I already made a promise for publishing a guide after receiving positive feedback. So I am keeping my promise by adding a video guide so that it can be easily customized even by a Linux novice.

Before jumping to video lets install some pre-requisites.

1. Installing Latte Dock:

If you already have latte dock installed in your system please skip this step. Otherwise, you can install it according to your distribution, visiting official KDE Github link.


2. Downloading Wallpaper:

You can download No Man's Sky Wallpaper visiting below link:


3. Installing San Francisco Pro Font:

You can download San Francisco Pro font using below link:

That's all about prerequisites, now you can execute the steps by watching the below video.


Follow the below video to See How I customize my KDE Plasma Desktop.


Customized KDE Plasma Desktop Video Guide


**Optional Step: Setting up super key to invoke Top Panel's Application Menu


Edit File ~/.config/kwinrc and add content below

[ModifierOnlyShortcuts] Meta=org.kde.lattedock,/Latte,org.kde.LatteDock,activateLauncherMenu


Reload KWin


qdbus org.kde.KWin /KWin reconfigure

Ever, wonder to customize your Linux Desktop like Mac OS. Follow this post.


If you still have any question or suggestion. Please feel free to drop a comment below. Will be happy to help you :).


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