Aaron J. Seigo
aseigo at kde.org
Sun Feb 21 09:32:24 GMT 2010
On February 20, 2010, Allan Sandfeld Jensen wrote:
> On Saturday 20 February 2010, Frank Karlitschek wrote:
> > 1. userinterface
> > the GUI of rekonq is more optimized for webbrowsing. it is simpler and
> > more to the point of using the web. But also has advanced features like
> > the speed dial or previews for tabs. I think it has a better GUI for
> > most users compared with konqueror
> Konqueror has a feature called profiles. This is not used enough. Using
> profiles you can change the behaviour and look of konqueror without writing
> a new application from scratch.
konq profiles are nowhere near powerful enough for this in their current
state. they are very useful (i've set up a few custom ones for my own usage in
the past) but it would need a lot of additional work to make it possible to
achieve the same kind of results that rekonq is delivering.
konq is much more flexible than rekonq because of profiles, and it really
highlights the difference in design concept between the two apps: konq is a
power tool that sacrifices usability for flexibility and integration
capabilities, rekonq is trying to do one thing and do it well.
> Maybe, we should get this hooked up to get-new- stuff.
that would be very cool...
Aaron J. Seigo
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