Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 26th Feb 2007 23:15 UTC
KDE "On Friday, the KDE Project released the third in a series of development previews for the upcoming KDE 4.0 release. Dubbed 'Kludge', the 3.80.3 release includes the Sonnet language library, the new Dolphin file manager, and the Solid hardware library." Read on for an overview.
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RE[6]: one app
by Narishma on Tue 27th Feb 2007 15:13 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: one app"
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For some reason, I never used Kword... always Kate, although there certainly are some things I don't like about it. Such as asking me if I want to open a default session or a new one (which means... what exactly?). I want to type a simple text, Tux-dang-it! Keep those dialog boxes away from me, they only get in the way.

That's because you use the wrong tool. If you just want to type some simple text, it's KWrite you should be using, not Kate (and certainly not KWord).

I never understood why distros make Kate the default text editor.

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