KDevelop 3.4 RC2

Leon Pollak leonp at plris.com
Wed Dec 27 12:19:58 UTC 2006


On Wednesday 27 December 2006 13:29, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> On 27.12.06 12:25:20, Leon Pollak wrote:
> > On Thursday 21 December 2006 14:30, Amilcar do Carmo Lucas wrote:
> > > It contains many new features and a 256 less bugs.
> > >  There are two deprecations:
> > >  - No more MDI interface modes, the only mode available is
> > > "simpleIDEAl"
> >
> > As we are forced to use this "simpleIDEAl" mode (although the full IDEAl
> > was much better even with bugs),
> IMHO it wasn't working better. And this was a decision to make life
> easier for users and developers, because we wouldn't have fixed any
> kmdi-bugs, because nobody knows the code really and kmdi itself is in
> kdelibs anyway.
Well, my opinion is different...:-)
Does the last phrase means that kmdi will still be accessible?


> > 1. How the tabs spread over the screen sides is defined (I mean why, for
> > example, diff is at the bottom)?
>
> Which diff? What do you mean with spread of the sides?
The set of plugins (core and not core) is somehow divided - some are shown at 
the bottom, some at the left side, etc... What is the criteria and how (if 
any) it can be changed?


> > 2. How I can close unnecessary tabs (for example, application tab)?
>
> Some disappear when you disable the according plugin, but the
> application tab is from a core plugin and can't be disabled. The same
> for the messages tab. But why is that a problem?
Because when there are many tabs, they occupy the place and necessary tabs are 
pushed out into the second row (or invisible because of bug?). In my case, 
the application tab is not used at all, in IDEAl I simply drugged it to the 
less populated and less used place and it did not disturb me.


> > 3. How/where is defined that, for example, bottom tab is spread over all
> > bottom part of the screen, while left and right are overlapped by bottom?
> In Qt3, the mainwindow uses Qt's dockwidgets and there's no way to
> change that.
Hmm, rather pity - for example, automake manager usually needs a lot of 
vertical space. In IDEAl mode it used all...

> Andreas
Leon.




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