SOLVED (was Playing around with Kubuntu 12.04 beta)
1i5t5.duncan at cox.net
Mon Apr 9 18:11:10 BST 2012
Hans Muecke posted on Mon, 09 Apr 2012 09:46:32 -0500 as excerpted:
> Am Sonntag, 8. April 2012, 11:27:33 schrieb Hans Muecke:
> Now it's looking "right" ... thanks everybody!
Thanks for the fix report as well! =:^)
As for missing the behavior bit, I'm a heavy customizer and definitely
love the fact that kde makes all these things so configurable so wouldn't
want that to disappear, but they could do a bit better job of making all
desktop related settings available in one place, perhaps the desktop
settings dialog available from the desktop itself, as on MS. Even tho
I'm a heavy user of various config options, I do end up looking in the
wrong place for them, occasionally, so it's no surprise people unfamiliar
with it would miss the icon/module entirely at times, even if they'd been
specifically told about it.
I wonder what changes to settings organization they'll make for kde5 aka
kde frameworks... They've definitely gotten better since 4.0 in that
regard, with the biggest change for 4.5, but I think it can still be made
a bit better, and expect 5.0 to try it.
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