[kdepim-users] Getting rid of Group Header

Ingo Klöcker kloecker at kde.org
Mon Feb 16 21:40:36 GMT 2009

On Monday 16 February 2009, John Aldrich wrote:
> On Monday 16 February 2009, Anne Wilson wrote:
> > I neither know nor care what Microsoft's application looks like.  I
> > have never used it.  Come to think of it, I think the only M$
> > application I've ever used was my grandson's package with which he
> > made birthday cards, as a child.  What is more to the point is that
> > many people have appreciated the changes.  They don't suit me, but
> > as long as I can switch them off, that's OK.  Any sentencing I do
> > will be on people who want everyone to work their way :-)
> Yeah... It's nice to have lots of options. My main objection, now
> that I know how to disable that junk, is that they had to go and
> create all those new configuration icons. Why couldn't they just put
> it all under "Settings" ->Configure KMail ->Appearance. That, to me,
> would be the logical place to find stuff... and while I saw that
> option that I changed at your direction, I never connected it with
> the whole "date" separator.

We know that the new configuration stuff is a) a bit too complex and b) 
not where it should have been. We wanted to do something about it 
before KDE 4.2, but we ran out of time. Sorry.

> It would be nice, if in the future when major changes like this are
> made, that the programmers make it easy to keep the old look and feel
> that existed in the previous configuration.

I fully agree to this. This is definitely something we should keep in 

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