Proposal for KControl

Aaron J. Seigo aseigo at
Sat Jun 29 23:49:07 BST 2002

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On Saturday 29 June 2002 04:12, Charles Samuels wrote:
> lørdag 29 juni 2002, 03:11 pm, skrev Lubos Lunak:
> >  At least Email, Address Book and Spelling Correction don't have their
> > 'own application'. Also, I don't see what's wrong with being able to
> > configure some "global" apps from KControl.
> Well, Email has kmail (and ideally, all of KDE should use the kmail
> settings [?].

which would require kmail (and kdenetwork) ... perhaps kmail should use global 
kde settings, but the other way around doesn't make much sense. kmail's 
settings are a bit more involved than most other apps require.

> Spelling correction is an API that provides a window with a few buttons. 
> One of those buttons could be "Word Database" or "Configure" or something.

so to configure it the user has to run spell correction in an app that 
supports it?

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