Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 3rd Nov 2007 00:03 UTC, submitted by Farhad Shakiba
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu "Now let's not get side-tracked from the primary topic. I've decided to focus less on making this an entertaining read and instead provide more brief and to the point examples. This being a sequel article, will certainly prove disappointing to many so I might as well not hold back even if this installment turns into more of a behavior and functional sanity check than a visual presentation critique." More here.
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Being a KDE user myself...
by fignew on Sat 3rd Nov 2007 19:32 UTC
fignew
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2006-09-06

I think that a critique of KDE by this same author would be nice.

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DigitalAxis Member since:
2005-08-28

Why wait for him to do it?

* When applying settings in Kcontrol, it'll go through the 'changing' or 'restarting' dialog, and at the last instant I always see the 'cancel' button depress. It didn't really, but the first few times I saw it I though the computer had somehow automatically cancelled my changes.

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leos Member since:
2005-09-21

When applying settings in Kcontrol, it'll go through the 'changing' or 'restarting' dialog, and at the last instant I always see the 'cancel' button depress.


Haha yeah I notice that every time. First time I saw it, I thought in my head "HACK!!". No dialog should behave like that. I should really look at what is going on in that code.

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