Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 18th Jun 2006 14:26 UTC
KDE This is the 3rd installment in my series on deficiencies in common desktop environments. After GNOME and the Mac/MacOS, it is now KDE's turn. As with the other installments, this is a rant. Beware.
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RE: Point #4
by cyrilleberger on Sun 18th Jun 2006 15:41 UTC
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tags are a very powerfull method to find new programs, you select what you want to do (be a game or an office application, and scientific application). Unfortunately I tend to agree that there is still work to do for adept to be intuitive with tags, I often feel a little bit lost when looking for the right tag to add.

Oh, and in kubuntu, adept has an other UI which is accessible right from the "start" (or k call it however you want) menu which allow to select application from a much reduce list of applications (see ).

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