Just a question sparked by a few bugs in the course of an upgrade install of F33 to F34. I have discovered that my profile settings have caused some of these and that profile has been hanging around since at least F31 (I believe that was the last fresh install I did on this particular machine).
So my question is, What can I safely clean up from my user profile to ensure I have an optimal experience when upgrading from older versions of Fedora? My bugs are mostly centered around font related issues in applications like GIMP but even after removing the ~/.config/GIMP and ~/.cache/gimp folders and the fontconfig folders in the same locations I still have font issues.
I understand completely that the easy solution is to switch to a new user profile and move my data over, but that then means having to track down all the necessary dot files etc and hoping I don’t miss anything I require or backing all of that up and moving it back into the new profile as needed.
So does anyone know what you can safely get rid of to clean up your user profile after an upgrade from older Fedora versions?