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Mon Mar 17 18:05:15 GMT 2008
On 17.03.08 18:44:51, Michael Jansen wrote:
> Am Montag 17 März 2008 10:09:43 schrieb Andreas Pakulat:
> > On 17.03.08 03:50:00, Michael Jansen wrote:
> > > The things that annoy me currently
> > >
> > > 1. I don't care for applications registering global shortcuts without
> > > telling me and without giving me the oppurtunity to disable them. I start
> > > a application i don't know, accidently press some button combination and
> > > something happens. Don't like it.
> > > No global shortcuts without my consent. Basta. A application is
> > > allowed to advertise actions it thinks are appropriate for global
> > > shortcuts, and give default values, but after starting the application
> > > the first time they arent active. It's opt-in.
> > Great idea for apps like kwin or plamsa, no way of switching the
> > applications via alt+tab or something like that in a default
> > installation will make sure we'll soon develop KDE for ourselves again
> > ;)
> Those are no applications. Those are ... i don't know the right name ... the
> desktop? I don't expexct those shortcuts to be off by default.
> By yapplications i mean amarok, yakuake ( which does it right imho today ) and
> so on. When i started amarok the first time noone informed me of the now
> accessible global shortcuts, noone asked me to active them.
> How am i supposed to know they are there? Look them up? Find out when
> accidently triggering one of them?
Thats what a manual is written for.
It may or may not be worthwhile, but it still has to be done.
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