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 Small improvemnt desired

 by BurtHulland on: May 9 2011
Score 50%

There is one small improvement to LuckyBackup that would be useful: Add a line in the information window giving the name of the file being transferred (and maybe the direction of transfer for sync jobs). This would matter mainly for transfer of a long file.

Burton Hulland using Mepis 11.0
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 by diam0nd on: Jun 5 2011
Score 50%

can anyone give me some advise bout using Slax?
since im newbie here, i do really thanking for ur kindness.

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 Are you looking for new ideas?

 by Elmware on: Jun 7 2011
Score 50%

For KWrite's code coloring or highlighting, I have this cool idea that you guys might be interested in implementing into KWrite.

Here it is:
Whenever you type a line of code and hit Return or moves the cursor to another line, if the line is missing a semicolon, make the line flash until the user puts the cursor back on that line.

Also, make any unclosed brackets of all types flash.

Just an idea... What do you think?

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 News Topic

 by comtux on: Jun 14 2011
Score 50%
Quantum Project

I haven't been around for quite sometime but I wanted to write up a news article, regarding some
up and coming projects concerning open source development.

Like ....
Qt5, Qt Mobility, QML, QtScript
Wayland Project
Axl and Vortex (XML Lib, BEEP Protocol Lib)
Path64 (New Open Sourced Compiler)
Ext4 and Btrfs
Linux 3.0 Kernel
Using Qt with OGRE3D/Bullet/OIS

Is this something that everyone might be interested in?

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 Kmail sucks

 by bitcrazy on: Jun 29 2011
Score 58%

This is one of the worst apps in the KD environment. Doesn't work. I prefer sending mails from my android test handy with 240x320 resolution. Setuo is a pain. Sorting is a pain, akonadi (which normally would be no. 1 in my hate list, but this is not even worth to get angry about) doesn't work. Don't tell me it's getting better. This app never worked really together with its twin kontact. So much manpower, so less effort.
And yes this is not a usefull comment.

If men could get pregnant, abortion would be a sacrament.
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 How to install.

 by sumesh7k on: Jul 11 2011
Score 50%

Hi friends,

I installed Kubuntu 11.04 today in my system so I'm 100% new to this environment. can anybody guide me how can I install plug ins and applications in my system? Whenever I try to install the missing plug ins it shows the following error message.
"Couldnot find plugin in any configured software source."

Eagerly expecting for your valuable guidances..


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 Re: How to install.

 by alisonkleo on: Jan 2 2012
Score 50%

If you’ve already installed Ubuntu, and don’t want to reinstall with Kubuntu, you can just install the KDE window manager by installing the kubuntu-desktop package along with its dependencies.

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