Dotan, On Monday 10 May 2010 18.12:46 Dotan Cohen wrote: > I started 4.4 on a new ~/.kde > folder, can you try in a new user profile and report back? I hate it when this shows up. Yes, it's probably easier to debug, but often bugs *do* show up that don't happen anymore when I remove my ~/.kde directory, but this doesn't really help the user who has the bug. Unfortunately, the end result is very often that removing ~/.kde and starting from scratch becomes the only solution that is "officially" recommended. Fine. Except that reconfiguring my desktop to how I want it takes ages. I use offline IMAP and have 100s of MB of email in my ~/.kde that will need to be re-downloaded. And stuff like the calendar etc. is in there, too. And the nepomuk database etc. So yes, KDE people may well want to know if a bug happens on old configurations only or if it happens on new configurations, but I think there's an attitude problem here: KDE needs to become MUCH better at dealing with unexpected input from its configuration. (I don't have a precise example right now; I'll try to report this kind of issue when I see it next. Admittedly, KDE has improved in this area as well.) cheers -- vbi -- featured link: http://www.pool.ntp.org
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