Re: Kde 3.5 ...
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On Thursday 06 May 2010, Dotan Cohen was heard to say:
> Agreed, there is huge demand for KDE 3, even still. I think that
> Ana meant that there are no devs interested in it.
That does indeed appear to be the case, which is one reason I stopped
listing my objections a long time ago. Shouting at the tide is
Ana's further comment to "show her the code" as it were, is also
something I fully understand. I am not a developer, nor programmer,
just a Debian user.
> > KDE3 was excellent. I do not like KDE4.
> If you could elaborate on that, I might be able to get some things
> fixed. Do you simply "not like" or are you having problems?
Thank you, I appreciate that. Really, I do. Unfortunately, my problems
with KDE4 are not bugs, they're systematic. I liked having my
removable devices show up as desktop icons, for instance, and that
feature is just plain gone.
So while I will continue to use KDE applications by preference, and
KDM (although I have yet to figure out how to customize it in
Squeeze, I miss Kcontrol very much), I've pretty much given up on
ever enjoying KDE4 as a "desktop".
> Dotan Cohen
Those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end,
for they do so with the approval of their consciences.
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