Why KDE4 is called KDE?
1i5t5.duncan at cox.net
Sun Dec 13 20:59:24 GMT 2009
Anne Wilson posted on Sun, 13 Dec 2009 10:26:33 +0000 as excerpted:
> Well, we all work with what's best for our workflow.
> Personally I have my most-used directories (including remote ones) in
> dolphin's Places, which of course makes them also show up in several
> other applications.
Now for me that isn't satisfactory, as dolphin/kde's places is nice, but
doesn't help much when you're working from the CLI. I do enough CLI/
Curses (I saw someone use the term "semi-graphical", that's the best
description I've seen, so I guess that's SGUI! =:^) that a kde-only
solution is nice, but not /half/ as nice as having a dir full of symlinks!
Now of course I have that /dir/ listed in kde's places. =:^)
But as you said, whatever works for /you/ (fits your workflow), use it!
That's the important thing!
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