how to manage mirror legs and stripes in graphical way now w/o KVPM on 20.04?

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On ubuntu 18.04, I used KVPM.
Now that it is gone on 20.04, I am trying to use “KDE partition manager” but I can find no way to manage my existing mirror legs, to create new ones, neither to create stripes…
So, how to I manage it on 20.04 now that KVPM is gone?
Is there some graphical alternative, or even a text mode one that does things as well as KVPM did?
KDE partition manager can even list the groups but the information is quite incomplete, there is nothing about mirror legs and stripes 🙁

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