Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 13th Apr 2011 22:13 UTC
KDE New open source projects have been launched by KDE developers aimed at bringing a consistent user interface across a varied of touch screen interfaces like tablets and entertainment devices and take data integration to a new level. The new Plasma Active and Contour projects were developed to offer a new user experience for tablets, smartphones and set top boxes.
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About time
by RichterKuato on Wed 13th Apr 2011 22:29 UTC
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Now if only they'd make a suitable browser for it.

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RE: About time
by satan666 on Thu 14th Apr 2011 12:36 in reply to "About time"
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Now if only they'd make a suitable browser for it.

Why do they have to make a browser for it? Installing a third party browser is a matter of a few clicks. Opera is a very good browser. Also, Konqueror now with webkit is a good browser. I think they should focus on the core, and let the others to work on components that run on top of it.

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RE[2]: About time
by RichterKuato on Thu 14th Apr 2011 13:39 in reply to "RE: About time"
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Third party browsers never integrate with KDE.

Konqueror is not much of a Web Browser it's way better suited as a File Manager. Why would a browser need a 'up' button?

Also, Opera sucks. I don't care if you can customize it not to suck because I'm not much of a customizer.

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