Lost behavior between KDE and 5.5.5

Draciron Smith draciron at gmail.com
Wed Jun 20 11:26:56 BST 2018

That's not a big issue for me since I only use Kmail to open mail archives
and cannot use it in KDE 5 anyway as it brings up Akondi and Akondi buries
my system. I'll download the strait Ubuntu rather than Kbuntu and see if
Trinity is supported on that and give it a try. I use Chrome primarily,
Firefox for some stuff. Occasionally Opera. Not a big fan of Konquerer.

I remember a conversation not long after KDE4 came out about QT
dependencies and KDE. I would think that Trinity would stick with the
latest QT just for support issues. The primary KDE apps I'm hooked on are
things like Krusader, SoundKonverter, Ksnapshot, K3B, Krename, things like
that. Most stuff I use desktop independent like Synaptic, Chrome, etc or
mix in Gnome apps like Gimp, Gphoto, etc. Kmail is my favorite mail
platform but I I switched to web mail a long time ago.

On Wed, Jun 20, 2018 at 3:51 AM, René J.V. Bertin <rjvbertin at gmail.com>

> >       Perhaps.  The Trinity folks are talking about porting up to Qt5,
> and to be
> >honest, I haven't found anything important that's not working.
> Even with Qt4 there are already things that no longer work ... properly,
> even under X11, because it is no longer being maintained. QtWebKit 4.x
> hasn't seen any security updates for quite a while AFAIK, to give just one
> example, and I expect that Konqueror4 will have rendering issues with an
> increasing number of sites. That may be a moot point when you use Firefox
> or a Chromium-based browser, but QtWebKit is also used in KMail for
> instance.
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