[kdepim-users] Getting rid of Group Header
jmaldrich at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 16 20:54:49 GMT 2009
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.
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. They have made light years of
improvement in upgrading from a previous install. I recall upgrading to FC6
was a huge headache as it didn't save my username and password for various
email accounts. This time, when I upgraded from FC6 to F10, it was
virtually seamless. Then came KMail 1.11.0 and everything changed. Why?
What was the purpose in imposing a new look and feel on an existing
install? Doesn't make sense to me, but that's just my feelings.
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