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In D11253#223776 <https://phabricator.kde.org/D11253#223776>, @hein wrote: > This patch is based on misunderstanding a reddit comment: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=391485#c9 > > Heavy -1 for making the menu way too wordy. > > On a meta-level, it's also really bad form to argue for patches with anecdotal internet comments, even if they haven't been misunderstood in the first place. We really don't need the drama. Even if I misunderstood the comment (oops), shouldn't we listen to our users? This patch wasn't based entirely on that single comment; rather, it was an example of a pattern I've noticed over time: that our users have difficulty finding how to change the wallpaper. That impression comes predominately from online interactions with actual users. It's hard for me to see how that would be invalid, in the aggregate. If this isn't the right approach, I can accept that, but I believe that we need to do //something// for wallpaper configuration discoverability. I'm open to ideas. REPOSITORY R119 Plasma Desktop REVISION DETAIL https://phabricator.kde.org/D11253 To: ngraham, #plasma, davidedmundson Cc: hein, broulik, richardbowen, plasma-devel, ZrenBot, lesliezhai, ali-mohamed, jensreuterberg, abetts, sebas, apol, mart