Em Sáb, 2007-12-29 às 00:26 +0000, Kevin Kofler escreveu: > 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. ;-) No amount of theming will make a KDE app look, act or behave like a native GNOME app (or vice virsa). Though it does make things more tolerable. Personally when it comes to burning I favor integrating it in the places where I really want that functionality as I have a hard time seeing how aside historically being burdened as such this is functionality that requires or is best utilized as a seperate task. Burning a music cd should be in Banshee, photo cds in f-spot and so on.
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