kdebase patches

Aaron J. Seigo aseigo at olympusproject.org
Sun Jan 12 23:43:12 GMT 2003

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On Sunday 12 January 2003 04:18, Ralf Nolden wrote:
> because a) the icons don't really match each other if they are so close to
> each other b) kword resp. koffice doesn't have chrystal icons yet so the
> kword icon really really hurts here more than it is of any use.

giving people easily accessable functionality should take precedence over 
making the icons match IMHO... while not having KWrite on kicker may make 
sense (since how many people actually need/use a code editor?) i'd like to 
see both the config menu stay there (so it's easy for people to find; it is 
used often enough to warrant prominence IMO) and KWord since it is a very 
common desktop action to write a document (probably in the top three along 
with web browsing and email).

> Placing it on the desktop would even be better for future releases, 

hrm? the desktop is often covered, prone to clutter, and is being used less 
and less by computer users.

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