KDE Control Center

Stephan Binner binner at kde.org
Mon Aug 5 00:11:01 BST 2002

On Sunday 04 August 2002 22:49, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:

> one of the strengths of the kde control center is in inclusivity; if they
> want to configure something they go the control center.

Then Konsole module would have to stay and KMail's be integrated too. ;-)

> it hasn't ended up with the removal of the look 'n feel category (though i
> remember that being one of the goals) and has given us categories such as

Was this a goal? I remember "Personalization" was planned to be removed be-
cause "it's all about personalization" but I find "Look & Feel" a good term
for what it now contains: GUI related settings which apply to every KDE app.

> "advanced" (what belongs in advanced? more importantly: how can a user

Settings rarely used by only a couple of users is my best description. :-)

> previous to this round of changes i had gone through and counted duplicate
> or redundant panels and figured we could eliminate probably a quarter of
> the panels through combination and reorganization while reducing the
> complexity and increasing the clarity of each! the problem is only more

If you already figured it where is your list :-)? Anyway thanks for opinion.


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