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Month: February 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] trinity coverage

From: Aleksey Midenkov <midenok@...>
Date: Sat, 11 Feb 2012 19:18:06 +0400
Here is my screenshot. Can you do that in KDE4?

I tried KDE4 2 times. So you can't put me in your second group.

I don't know what means "classic". I always tried something new hoping
that it will be better. So you can't put me in your third group too. A
first group? No, of course not.

I just found ideal UI spare the bugs and incompleteness (which I can
fix when I get retired). For me ideal means more features. The more
settings UI has the more it will be possible to fit someone's needs,
the more it will be ideal.

When I discovered that version 4 can't do things that I got accustomed
to expect from KDE desktop, I was very disappointed. I as user
expected from new version that it could do same and more, but in fact
it appeared that it could do lot more but it can't do same. "The lot
more" I found pretty useless, so for me "the same" is the crucial

My thought of why this happened evolved through time since that
happened. And now I can guess that this happened because the creators
of KDE4 done it not for people but for themselves. They wanted some
new experience, they saw what Microsoft did with Vista and Mac with
Leopard (or what does it called). But, I personally don't believe in
trend of "simplifying" features.

The degraded Gwenview for example. How someone could guess that once
pretty good program could become this?! They removed features from
Amarok such as bar-graph spectrum viewer. Kscope became totally
useless!  How can one call this? An experiment at best!

Hmmm... Maybe I hate KDE4 after all.... So put me in your second group! :))

On Sat, Feb 11, 2012 at 2:28 PM, Werner Joss
<werner@...> wrote:
> just in case someone missed it:
> werner
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