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Re: is KDE dead - did Gnome win?

Armin wrote:
On Monday 02 February 2009 13:54:00 Robin Laing wrote:
Craig White wrote:
On Fri, 2009-01-30 at 09:53 -0500, Kelly Miller wrote:
On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 9:38 AM, Mail Lists <lists sapience com>

KDE 4.1 is pretty good.  I am having some weird issues that I don't like
but I have not had a chance to figure out all the changes.  I hear 4.2
is so much better than 4.2 so I think I will be really happy.  Of course
that is after I change the menu back to the classic menu from the Vista
like menu.

Ok, honestly, I have been trying to find out what do you guys in kick-off that is like window$, but I have yet to find out. I don't see anything to be the same except that there are some things and you click on them.

I find the way the menu is now into multi-levels in KDE to be like my experience with Vista and XP without the classic interface. To many clicks/mouse motions to get to where I want to be.

I prefer the classic menu as it drops one more menu.

My daughter prefers Gnome over KDE because KDE makes here think of Macs
and she has had her fair share of nightmares with Mac's.

that's the first time I'm hearing this.

I wouldn't know how similar it is but those are her thoughts. I will try to convert her. :)

I personally agree that I would rather be using the KDE on F10 than
GNOME but not everyone who disagrees is inherently wrong.

I will drink to that.  To each their own.  The person that turned me
onto KDE now uses Gnome but is thinking of checking it out again when
4.2 comes out.

KDE 4.2 is already out and I'v been using it for 2 months now (from RC) and the final came out last tuesday. You can get it from kde-redhat repo.

I don't have that repo but I will have to get it.

Robin Laing

Robin Laing

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