Approaching the KDE4 learning curve in as user friendly format as possible

Anne Wilson cannewilson at
Mon Apr 20 19:41:23 BST 2009

On Monday 20 April 2009 17:28:27 allen meyers wrote:
> For whatever reason way back in the KDE 3 days I was happy with what I
> had.As development progressed I became more challenged and seemingly
> less able to navigate to my satisfaction, probably a patience thing so I
> went back to gnome.
> Anne has suggested to me that there is indeed a more proactive approach
> and I have chosen to go to list with it that might hit home for others
> as well.
> I originally shared this with Anne as a Lenny user which I am and will
> accept it for Lenny, but would be more comfortable using it in Jaunty
> which is my second OS. So either way I am game

I'm not a kubuntu user, though I know people that are.  The important thing in 
this case is to tell me which version of KDE4 you are running, as there are 
important changes between KDE 4.1.x and 4.2.x.

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