andy at athame.co.uk
Sun Jan 16 19:12:12 GMT 2005
On Sunday 16 January 2005 21:08, Helge Deller wrote:
> On Sunday 16 January 2005 18:01, Daniel Molkentin wrote:
> > Am Sonntag, 16. Januar 2005 17:55 schrieb Leo Savernik:
> > > Am Samstag, 15. Januar 2005 00:58 schrieb Daniel Molkentin:
> > > > Another thing that's not only cool but imho also very useful is the
> > > > "draw frames around not-yet-loaded pictures. It should be enabled by
> > > > default as gives a much more polished look.
> > >
> > > It is enabled by default already :-)
> > The question is wether it really needs to have a GUI option. I think it
> > doesn't and it shouldn't. I'd really like to remove it.
> Someone wanted exactly this option. That's the reason why it's there now.
> Personally I'd comment out this GUI option as well, since I think most
> users won't turn it off anyway. Nevertheless, the decision on kfm-devel 1-2
> weeks ago was to enable it by default and check later if people like this
> KHTML behaviour or not. Since nobody complained until now, I think it's no
> problem for most users and thus a GUI item would not really be absolutely
I have to say, I dislike this 'feature', it just seems to look bad to me.
So, I'd very much like to keep the option to turn it off.
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