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Why do you favour KDE applications?

Posted by Yaba on Apr 7 2008
Consistent Look8%8%8% 8%
Consistent Feel9%9%9% 9%
DCOP support2%2%2% 2%
Configurability of Toolbars, Notifications, Shortcuts...18%18%18% 18%
Integration into the rest of KDE35%35%35% 35%
I do not favour KDE applications. I take the best, regardless of toolkit23%23%23% 23%
I do not favour KDE applications. Favour others2%2%2% 2%
Other reasons2%2%2% 2%
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 Other: Code quality

 by beroarklinux on: Apr 16 2008
Score 50%

As a developer who actually modifies most software, I need code that is readable and sane.

Qt and KDE applications usually provide that, while the mere use of G_OBJECT (which is at the core of GTK) is a source of major headaches to any reasonable programmer.

As a pure user, I don't care too much what an application uses (but I still prefer KDE/Qt because G* applications typically put buttons in the wrong order etc.), but as a developer, I think GTK is an atrocity that must die.

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 All of that...

 by nknknk on: Apr 16 2008
Score 50%

All of that, but mostly because of "Integration into the rest of KDE".
That makes things so much easier, and faster.

I tend to use non KDE applications in more specialised stuff.
Like office, video/sound/graphics editing...

By the way, I was using Vista for a few hours. Very good looking, but man..., it won't let you do the simplest thing, without a dozen of other things getting in your way first. And as for the "non expert users", take a look at the ActiveX options, in Microsofts' Internet Options...
(just comparing with the competition)

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 I do not favour KDE

 by Ekardnam on: Apr 17 2008
Score 50%

"I take the best, regardless of toolkit."

Many KDE applications just happen to be what I consider best. The other points in the poll does make the kapplications more appealing to me (consistent look and feel, dcop etc), but I also use non-KDE applications like Firefox. If there was a Linux version of Photoshop, I would use it too.

With that said, a majority of the applications I use are KDE applications.

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