Marcelo Magno T. Sales
mmtsales at gmail.com
Tue Jan 6 23:28:44 GMT 2009
Em Ter 06 Jan 2009, Anne Wilson escreveu:
> On Tuesday 06 January 2009 22:22:05 Dotan Cohen wrote:
> > 2009/1/7 Anne Wilson <cannewilson at googlemail.com>:
> > > On Tuesday 06 January 2009 21:03:45 Dotan Cohen wrote:
> > >> Specifically, I wanted to file a feature request, and it was
> > >> important to file it on the 'official' KDE media player:
> > >> https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=179803
> > >
> > > Could be wrong, but as I understand it, it was fully intentional
> > > that dragonplayer is a simple application, just doing one job.
> > > Other players have more features, and it was felt that a simple
> > > player complements them.
> > That is inconsistent with other KDE apps, which have "all the
> > features". The default KDE file manager, Dolphin, is very
> > feature-laden. So is the default audio player, Amarok. So is K3B,
> > Konqueror, Kontact, and other default KDE apps.
> Not really. We have showfoto for a simple viewer and various
> full-featured photo-management applications. Some prefer the fully
> featured as defaults, others prefer the defaults to be the leaner
> apps. Choice. :-)
Agree. It also depends on the situation. Personally, I like Dragon
Player the way it is for when I want to quick view media files. When I
click an audio file, for example, I like it better if Dragon Player
opens and quickly starts playing the file with its simple interface.
Amarok is too heavy for just playing a single file and it is slow to
start. However, if I want to browse/listen to my music collection, then
of course I will run Amarok and not Dragon Player.
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