The report echoes a well-known joke/prank wherein people discuss the dangers of the chemical "dihydrogen monoxide" also known as hydrogen oxide and hydrogen hydroxide. Search online for information about dihydrogen monoxide, and you'll find a long list of scary-sounding and absolutely true warnings about it: the nuclear power industry uses enormous quantities of it every year. Dihydrogen monoxide is used in the production of many highly toxic pesticides, and chemical weapons banned by the Geneva Conventions. Dihydrogen monoxide is found in all tumors removed from cancer patients, and is guaranteed fatal to humans in large quantities and even small quantities can kill you, if it enters your respiratory system. In 2006, in Louisville, Kentucky, David Karem, executive director of the Waterfront Development Corporation, a public body that operates Waterfront Park, wished to deter bathers from using a large public fountain. "Counting on a lack of understanding about water's chemical makeup," he arranged for signs reading: "DANGER! – WATER CONTAINS HIGH LEVELS OF HYDROGEN – KEEP OUT" to be posted on the fountain at public expense.
Not sure why a scroll wheel will not work for you, but check out the Logitech Couch Mouse M515. The wheel is not a middle, the button below the wheel is the third mouse button.
For extra security, change the mac address first. Probably best to sideload that app though.
I do have the development branch of kdeconnect installed, which I THINK is the kf5 port - it seems to work fine.
They've split the core system and applications development, so I assume that as KF5-native apps are released, they'll just replace the kf4 versions. I'm assuming most distributions will consider them "testing" or "unstable" versions for a while so you'd have to explicitly ask for them (for the first few versions) instead of having them just pop up without warning.
With the core libraries that they depend on in apparently pretty solid shape as of KF5.6 in my experience, I suspect the kf5-native applications will stabilize pretty quickly once they come out.
KDE4's apps still work under it, too. I'm using it fine, though I'm missing the "IM Presence" widget for kde-telepathy.
I actually haven't been seeing crashes or other serious problems so far since about the last couple of releeases (KF5.4), just missing "KF5-native" features from KDE4.
Because it is not an article of faith for people with hair to commit those acts.
Islamic Law states these acts are "Right and Just". Islam proclaims it is "Right and Just" to lie to non-believers. So nothing a Muslim says to non-Muslims can be trusted.
Go Low carb.
I had high blood glucose/prediabetes. Started Atkins (or as it is now known Atkins20) three months ago. Within a couple of days my Blood Glucose levels were in a normal range. (Still a bit high for a ketosis diet but normal.) My triglycerides and LDL levels dropped down to normal ranges, after three months. My HDL levels still need to go up, but working on those. I also dropped 4 inches off my waistline and 40 pounds. I feel like I have more energy and feel better in general.
Exercise probably also plays a part as I try to get in a couple of 10k step walks a week or ride the stationary bike for half an hour. I also do resistance lifting. They are latex surgical tubes with handles, and work pretty well. Woot has a couple of kits on sale if anyone is interested.