testing KDE3 (was: anti-aliasing is *NOT* supported!)
> > I don't think AA on KDE is particularily buggy and should, instead, be
> > considered quite an important feature if we want to eventually build a
> > desktop UI that can seriously compete with the commercial one(s). Look &
> > feel and usability are one of the areas we are most likely to fail in and
> > therefore requires extra attention, IMHO.
> It will be quite important as an interface option in KDE3, but I think
Great! Now that we are on it, btw, do you know:
+ How smoothly does the CVS version of KDE 3 beta coexist on the same
computer with current 2.2 debian packages? I would very much like
to test it already but haven't dared to install yet in the fear
of making the currently fine working 2.2 unusable..
+ Have they announced any estimated schedule for KDE3 release on
KDE mailing lists? Ie. about when can we expect official Debian
packages to appear in 'unstable?'
> these three words sum up its state in KDE2.2: "buggy as shit". I don't
> intend to support something that is indeed buggy as shit. Live with the
> odd jagged pixel.
:) If you say so..