On Sat, 29 Dec 2007 00:26:20 +0000 (UTC) Kevin Kofler <kevin kofler chello at> wrote: > Jesse Keating <jkeating <at> redhat.com> writes: > > I care when it looks like ass compared to the other apps I have > > open, > > That's what Bluecurve is for. ;-) Except I don't like bluecurve as much anymore (: > > We'd love having a Nodoka theme available for KDE too, but we're > fairly busy already, so there isn't one yet. (We just didn't have the > time to work on one.) Thus Bluecurve (and Quarticurve for Qt 4) is > the best we can offer for a unified look. > > I also disagree with the assertion that Plastik "looks like ass". ;-) > It just looks different (and that's the main problem we have to > solve, I think moving away from Bluecurve was a mistake). The "look like ass" wasn't that Plastik looks bad, it just doesn't match, therefor it makes the entire experience look like ass because it's mismatched. > > > doesn't use my font settings, > > I agree our community (especially the upstream projects) needs to > work on not having to set up everything twice though. (But setting > the fonts the same way in both environments is possible, of course.) > > > doesn't use the same file selector > > That's because it uses a better one. ;-) > > More seriously, there are solutions being worked on for the standard > dialog (especially file selector) issue at freedesktop.org and > elsewhere, unfortunately nothing which got widespread adoption > yet. :-( > > But surely having to write every single application twice, once with > each toolkit, is not the real solution! > > Kevin Kofler (comaintaining KDE as well as the GTK+-based > XChat and using XChat on KDE all the time) > > PS: All this is not a reason not to offer K3b as an option on the > DVD. I'm not asking for it to be installed by default, just to be > there! I'm not disagreeing with offering it on the DVD, in fact, I thought it was due to comps settings. If it isn't set in comps, I'll add it to the manifest so that it'll be there optionally. -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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