Proposal for KControl
jowenn at jowenn.at
Sun Jun 30 12:29:22 BST 2002
What would be the problem, if applications using the konsole part or the
spellchecking facilities provide a menu entry in their settings menu. This
menu item could show the dialog boxes containing the widgets currently in
Would it be to confusing for the user, if I rename the component chooser to
component configurator and add move the spell checking and konsole settings
in there (additional to the above paragraph) ?
On Sunday 30 June 2002 00:02, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
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> On Saturday 29 June 2002 06:42, Charles Samuels wrote:
> > True, I don't know what to say. Maybe instead an email kpart interface
> > in kdelibs?
> t'would be nice
> > Why would a user configure kspell if they don't run it ? :)
> heh.. of course they wouldn't, but expecting a user to figure out that the
> way to configure it is to run a spell check on a document and click on
> configure is not a very logical set of steps to expect them to go through.
> it would be like telling them that to configure kmail they first have to
> send a dummy email.
> > They have konsole to configure with if they want. We have to consider
> > that every item we put in KControl slows down the user further. Why
> > provide more than one location to configure apps?
> because if they only ever use konsole as a part in, say, konqi or kdevelop
> how will they configure it? tell them to open up konsole itself? there
> ought to be a place users can go to configure such parts in a central
> and that central place ought to be specifically for kpart configuration.
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> Aaron J. Seigo
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