Proposal for KControl
kde-core-devel at davidpashley.com
Sun Jun 30 12:32:09 BST 2002
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On Saturday 29 June 2002 11:49 pm, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> 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.
If you moved kmails email config to a global config, each app that needed an
email config could just ask which identity they wanted to use. That way knode
and korn wouldn't need you to enter the same information again.
david at davidpashley.com
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