Remove progressbar from splash
Erik K. Pedersen
erik at binghamton.edu
Wed Feb 4 17:46:30 GMT 2004
Onsdag 04 februar 2004 12:42 skrev Christian Loose:
> Am Mittwoch, 4. Februar 2004 10:15 schrieb Rainer Endres:
> > Hi
> > On Tuesday 03 February 2004 23:51, Christian Loose wrote:
> > > Ah, okay.
> > >
> > > But why do we need a separate progressbar for the session restoration?
> > > Is this extra information really needed or could we just replace it
> > > with another icon in the icon list?
> > You do not use session restoraion, no?
> Yes, I do use it.
> > When you are restoring 4-5 Konqueror windows with several tabs, ksirc,
> > konsole, and Kontact plus some tray apps, you will see this thing moving.
> It also moves before the actual session restoration starts.
> > > IMHO the user just wants to see that the computer is still doing
> > > something and not if the computer completed 10% or 90% of the session
> > > restoration.
> > Oh, I sure want to see how much of it is missing.
> How useful is it when its already at e.g. 80% when the session restoration
> starts? But I agree that this is a matter of opinion. So I guess it's up to
> the maintainer. ;-)
But kde has more than one splashscreen. I use the one that came with 3.2
called redmond, and there is no sequence of icons, the only thing I see is a
sequence of messages my (Danish) translations of the things you are
suggesting to remove.
Erik (Danish team)
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