How to enable the old kicker icon-zoom effect in KDE 3.4?
Howard Coles Jr
dhcolesj at comcast.net
Wed Mar 23 23:40:05 GMT 2005
On Wednesday 23 March 2005 12:54 am, Jes Hall wrote:
> > That's funny, because I've seen Windows utilities that you could download
> > that would do the exact same thing as the Mac does.
> > I'll have to ask around tomorrow at work and see what the name of the
> > utility was, but I definitely have seen at least one.
> > Another thing that strikes me as odd is that I thought MACs use at least
> > some parts of KDE, and X now, which means they should have to contribute
> > some of that code back, right? I'm beginning to wonder if I'm a little
> > off on this part somewhere.
> There is a lot of code released under various free licenses in OSX. That
> doesn't mean they have to release all of their own, in-house code under
> those licenses. As far as Windows utilities that violate the patent go, the
> fact that they exist doesn't make them legal :)
Well, that is true. :-). However, I thought they were.
Howard Coles Jr.
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