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Re: small gripe -- for Fedora, or KDE, or ....?



On Tue, Dec 29, 2009 at 7:36 AM, BeartoothHOS <beartooth comcast net> wrote:
>
>        I run Gnome, and have a strong if irrational allergy to KDE in
> general; but there are several apps (such as Konqueror for man pages, and
> K3B) that I use so much that I make sure to get them even if I have to
> install all of KDE to do it. I might well use, or at least try, several
> more, if I didn't have to interrupt what I'm concentrating on ..
>
>        But for as long as I can remember, there have been two kinds of
> entries in the Main menu: ones that will tell you what they are or do if
> you hover the cursor over them -- and ones that belong to KDE.
>
>        Why the lacuna? Do KDE developers, like Apple developers, presume
> that *everyone* already knows?
_____

I wouldn't say that. But I find myself needing an app or feature based
on KDE while using
the GNOME env. Frequently, the small differences will make you lean toward
one and not the other. Some texts I've read claim that KDE is more aimed at
the 'power user', whatever that means.

~af


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