El vie, 30-05-2008 a las 16:31 +0900, nigel barker escribió: > > José L. Redrejo Rodríguez wrote: > > I've already filled a bug in kde to change edutainment by education. > > When using education-menu package I removed it to education. In this > > case ktouch and blinken go to the "Education->Miscellaneous" branch. > > As you said Miscellaneous is not very intuitive for children. In spanish > > I translated it to "Varios", maybe in english it should be renamed to > > "stuff" or something like that. A native english speaker could find a > > better way > "various" would work in english also. "Other" might be better. > I also wonder if the items from Games should instead be in Education. > (why is Gcompris in Games, but Blinken in Education, for example?) > > With education-menus blinken is in "various" and Gcompris is not in games, but in in a section I called "Education/Kids", with some other applications: <Menu> <Name>Kids</Name> <Directory>Kids.directory</Directory> <Include> <Filename>gcompris.desktop</Filename> <Filename>gcompris-edit.desktop</Filename> <Filename>kde-ktuberling.desktop</Filename> <Filename>kde-tuxpaint.desktop</Filename> <Filename>tuxpaint.desktop</Filename> <And> <Category>Education</Category> <Category>KidsGame</Category> </And> </Include> </Menu> <!-- End Kids --> > > On December I sent to this list > > the link http://linex.educarex.es/menus/ where videos of kde and gnome > > before and after education-menus is installed are shown. Reading this > > mail thread, I feel that nobody has tested or watched them :( > > > > > I watched them! > :-) , I forgot to say those videos are recorded on etch. On Lenny there is some small improvements. > I have another menu complaint. In gnome, the separate menu for admin and > preferences is quite good. In KDE we have four sections, of which I > always have to look through at least two before I find what I want. I am > referring to "settings", "system", "utilities", and another "settings". > Utilities is actually quite sensible, except that konsole isn't in > there. The others are just frustrating. This is probably a plain KDE > issue rather than Debian Edu, right? > Well, maybe it's a never ending question, as it depends on every person: I don't like the way gnome does it: you need quite often to explore four menu branches (System tools, Utilities, System/preferences and System/administration) to find where the damn configuration is... In LinEx we developed a controlcenter classified by categories (Screen, network, external devices, etc..) to replace the Gnome menu ;-) Anyway, as you said, that's something you should complain at KDE devel. Cheers. José L.
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