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"i dont use this feature so nobody else should!"
on a related note, i just really hate how everyone stuffs the world with their children(aka you), which i cant use for anything.. please.. have them go away...
this is what you are saying, you do realize this?
Nope, it's not. To copycat you, I could just as well state: "on a related note, i just really hate how no one ever has enough stuff with them all time time, i really need first aid kit, full toolbox, kitchen sink, vacuum cleaner, 12 different screwdrivers, canister of gasoline and a toolshed with me every time i do something as simple as drink coffee"
Exaggerating things is fun, isn't it? Oh, and it _clearly_ makes my post look mature and well-presented, doesn't it?
The problem isn't just having a tool-shed or not, it's how well-organized the tool-shed is, and how easy it is to find the tool you want at any given time. It's fine to have lots of advanced and powerful features, but they need to be presented in such a way that the application remains easy to use in the likely-more-common simple use cases. Advanced features shouldn't be in the way.
That, I suppose, is my biggest problem with KDE. All that complexity might not be a bad thing in and of itself but. typically, I find that the abundance of options and features are not managed well, which can make it difficult to get into KDE (and KDE apps) and start using them for simple tasks. I really dread having to wade through four or five long, similarly-named option panels trying to find the one setting that I actually want; that happens to me a lot, when I try to use KDE. Edited 2009-12-02 16:00 UTC