Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 11th Apr 2006 17:43 UTC, submitted by Sekou DIAKITE
KDE The KDE Look and Feel Project is a GPL-licenced Swing pluggable look and feel which uses Qt and KDE for the drawing of widgets. KDE Look and Feel implements most of the Java Look and Feel API including dialogs (ColorChooser, FileChooser, etc.).
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RE[2]: Ugly Fonts
by smitty on Tue 11th Apr 2006 22:59 UTC in reply to "RE: Ugly Fonts"
smitty
Member since:
2005-10-13

Anyone who thinks that is uglier than Metal either:

1. Has never seen Metal
2. Is lying
3. Has very serious psychological and/or sight problems

Seriously.

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RE[3]: Ugly Fonts
by dongdongdog on Wed 12th Apr 2006 19:26 in reply to "RE[2]: Ugly Fonts"
dongdongdog Member since:
2006-04-11

>>Anyone who thinks that is uglier than Metal either:

>>1. Has never seen Metal
I used Java for 4 year on Windows, Linux, Solaris. I have to say I hate the Metal LAF.

>>2. Is lying

I am not.

>>3. Has very serious psychological and/or sight problems

Maybe that's it. I just don't get it. How come the smart KDE people can come up with such a busy bumpy and noisy theme? I used to love KDE. But no more, as a tech-savvy person, I don't need 20 buttons with 5 configuration options plus tons of eye candies for a file browser. Maybe QT is technologically more advanced then GTK+. Who cares? If I don't use KDE apps at all, what good can it bring to me?

KDE's UI design philosophy is seriously flawed, esp. Keramik. It's no wonder that no major enterprise Linux distro uses KDE as the preferred desktop.

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