Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 5th Aug 2005 21:58 UTC, submitted by seguso
KDE In the last few days, KDE developers have been actively discussing usability issues for KDE 4. Here are some thoughts, and some more are here. What do you think?
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RE: OverGrown Toolbars
by Morty on Sat 6th Aug 2005 15:15 UTC in reply to "OverGrown Toolbars"
Morty
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2005-07-06

Konqueror would cut a few rarely clicked things
How do you rate rarely clicked things correctly? Your list are not correct according to my user habits. As I use both "font adjustment(2)" and "up" several times each day. Me and a great many others sees the one you labled as useless, the up button, as one of the features making Konqueror great. For me it's the second most missed feature when I have to use inferior browsers.

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RE[2]: OverGrown Toolbars
by richmoore on Sat 6th Aug 2005 18:15 in reply to "RE: OverGrown Toolbars"
richmoore Member since:
2005-08-06

I wrote a tool (in kdenonbeta) that lets you record a log of which interface elements are in use. If enough people want to run it in their konqueror for a while, we could actually get some real-world data on this. There's some info about it in an old blog post I wrote at the time:

http://www.kdedevelopers.org/node/376

Rich.

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