@herculepirate Part of that will depend on where you have your actual music files stored. In Mint the database files are located in ~/.local/share/strawberry/strawberry and the configuration in ~/.config/strawberry. As long as the music files themselves are stored in the same location on the Suse computer (typically in $HOME/Music), you should be able to just drop those directories in your new home directory.
How big is your library? That seems like an insanely long time to read generate the database. I have around 4k albums and it takes less than an hour to do a full rescan.
Microsoft, Symantec, BitDefender and many others have cleared the detection, but there is still detection from AVG and Avast and a few others even though they reported back that the detection was removed.
@jonas Well in my experience all KDE-related theme stuff are generally behaves rather bad in other DEs, especially in gtk-based environment. And breeze is kde default theme, so it applies too, i guess.
But Qt themes not related to KDE usually behave ok everywhere from my experience. I'm personally using QtCurve configured to mimic my gtk3 Adwaita-dark theme under gnome shell, and it looks fine.
Anyway, what im trying to say is, as long as other qt themes work fine, and breeze works in kde, it should probably be fine. Compared to windows, at least.
p.s. Ok there qt6ct actually, but its only present in fedora and arch official repositories, and not others. For most users its as good as not present, as they probably wont bother trying to compile from github.