Remove KDE packages

I have tried out Skrooge, and have since removed it. I only just realized its a KDE application, and I prefer all Gnome on my system. How do I remove these flatpaks when they are not in Gnome Software? Those KDE applications still seem to be there.

Adwaita theme org.kde.KStyle.Adwaita 5.15-22.08 flathub system
Adwaita theme org.kde.KStyle.Adwaita 5.15-23.08 flathub system
KDE Application Platform org.kde.Platform 5.15-23.08 flathub system
QGnomePlatform org.kde.PlatformTheme.QGnomePlatform 5.15-22.08 flathub system
QGnomePlatform org.kde.PlatformTheme.QGnomePlatform 5.15-23.08 flathub system
QAdwaitaDecorations org.kde.WaylandDecoration.QAdwaitaDecorations 5.15-22.08 flathub system
QAdwaitaDecorations org.kde.WaylandDecoration.QAdwaitaDecorations 5.15-23.08 flathub system
QGnomePlatform-decoration org.kde.WaylandDecoration.QGnomePlatform-decoration 5.15-22.08 flathub system
QGnomePlatform-decoration org.kde.WaylandDecoration.QGnomePlatform-decoration 5.15-23.08 flathub system

Adwaita theme org.kde.KStyle.Adwaita 5.15-22.08 flathub system
Adwaita theme org.kde.KStyle.Adwaita 5.15-23.08 flathub system
KDE Application Platform org.kde.Platform 5.15-23.08 flathub system
QGnomePlatform org.kde.PlatformTheme.QGnomePlatform 5.15-22.08 flathub system
QGnomePlatform org.kde.PlatformTheme.QGnomePlatform 5.15-23.08 flathub system
QAdwaitaDecorations org.kde.WaylandDecoration.QAdwaitaDecorations 5.15-22.08 flathub system
QAdwaitaDecorations org.kde.WaylandDecoration.QAdwaitaDecorations 5.15-23.08 flathub system
QGnomePlatform-decoration org.kde.WaylandDecoration.QGnomePlatform-decoration 5.15-22.08 flathub system
QGnomePlatform-decoration org.kde.WaylandDecoration.QGnomePlatform-decoration 5.15-23.08 flathub system

Thanks in advance.

try running flatpak remove --unused

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This command should be automated, I also had multiple unused runtimes piling up

Speaking personally, I automate the updating of flatpaks and removal of unused flatpaks with a systemd timer.

Same here, but Distros should do that.

Poorly at least some people think needing a GUI store and “monkey-clicking” “okay” is a reasonable thing.

But note that the updates should respect metered networks and low battery state

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