I’m not certain, but I think those two are really both the same version (version 4.14.6), with the other numbers added at compile time to distinguish different compilations. So the numbers are getting smaller but it really isn’t a downgrade.
The packages on the tumblweed repository shouldn’t be newer then the packages on the 13.2 Update repository?
Release numbers in each repository are independent and unrelated (to the extent, as long as repositories themselves are not directly related); you cannot tell which package is newer based on release numbers.
Thanks for the reply,
so I can let zypper do the downgrade and continue using the 4 repos listed in the firs post?
When I still had the 13.2 upgrade repository I kept having problems with missing dependencies when trying to apply the patches.
Your question is already answered, just one additional thing:
Ok, but why the 13.2 version?
You should rather use the one for Tumbleweed: http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/KDE:/Extra/openSUSE_Tumbleweed/
And btw, apparently you installed k4dirstat via a 1-click install for 13.2. That likely also added the 13.2 Update repo, because KDE:Extra for 13.2 is built against openSUSE:13.2:Update.
Be careful when clicking on 1-click installs! Better use only ones for your openSUSE release (Tumbleweed in your case). Or at least verify what repos YaST tells you that will be added and better deactivate things like the 13.2 main repo or 13.2:Update.