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KDE 4.1


Posted by Yaba on Aug 7 2008
The best KDE ever30%30%30% 30%
Better than KDE 3.55%5%5% 5%
Has some great features16%16%16% 16%
Looks great9%9%9% 9%
Equal to KDE 3.51%1%1% 1%
KDE 3.5 is still better20%20%20% 20%
Worse than KDE 4.00%0%0% 0%
Not installed yet.12%12%12% 12%
Will stay with KDE 3.5 forever7%7%7% 7%
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 Cit.

 
 by giuped on: Aug 8 2008
 
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"Nothing is forever" Cit.


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 The best KDE ever

 
 by Kwilliam on: Aug 11 2008
 
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Why can't I say: Has some great features , Looks great, AND The best KDE ever? Those are kind of overlapping options.

By the way, the results so far are pretty encouraging: 31% say best KDE ever and only 19% say KDE 3.5 is still better. For those that still think KDE 3.5 is better, it might be interesting to know why. Features, programs, or stability? KDE 4.x is not perfect yet, but I like it a whole lot.


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 Re: The best KDE ever

 
 by panshizhu on: Aug 20 2008
 
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my opinion

stability: 4.1 is better than 3.5, yes it rocks!

feature: 3.5 is better than 4.1, many features in 3.5 has gone.

programs: many programs still in KDE3, I will wait till they go to KDE4, the main thing: kmymoney, koffice, k3b, amarok


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 The best KDE ever?

 
 by Jake7401 on: Aug 15 2008
 
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Why isn't there an option like "Way better than Gnome" or something like that?


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 Re: The best KDE ever?

 
 by Hydranmenace on: Aug 18 2008
 
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The main reason i prefer 3.5 at this point is because my servicemenus are not functional in 4.1. I used to be able to right click a dvd image and play in Xine, or right click a video and convert to dvd format, or whatever. Currently the ONLY servicemenus im getting are to encrypt or sign files, or download with kget... These are not useful tools. We don't even have an ark servicemenu for compressed files or a write dvd image with k3b option for iso's! I tried moving my old 3.5 servicemenu *.desktop files to /usr/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus but it didn't do anything for me. Still the same useless default menus. I also do not like not having video thumbnails but mplayerthumbs-1.1 resolved that issue for me. Anyway, since you wanted to know, those are my main complaints. Ill grant that 4.1 looks very pretty which i like, and it is fast... its just less useful.


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 Re: Re: The best KDE ever?

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 19 2008
 
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The Service Menu Format has been changed slightly. Converting an old service menu to a new one is pretty easy:

[url]http://techbase.kde.org/Development/Tutorials/Creating_Konqueror_Service_Menus[/url]

You just have to add the line Type=Service
to the [Desktop Entry] section and add KonqPopupMenu/Plugin to the ServiceTypes.


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 Re: Re: Re: The best KDE ever?

 
 by Hydranmenace on: Aug 20 2008
 
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Thank you sir. That was extremely helpful. Ive modified my most used servicemenus and they seem to be functional. I appreciate it.


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 kde 4.1

 
 by psycosmyth on: Aug 17 2008
 
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Flame me but the option "I love Vista too" is missing.
OK, so I'll wait for 4.2.
I guess since I have a negative opinion, I should join the Brainstorm right?


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 Re: kde 4.1

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 20 2008
 
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You know, I can't take care of every minority in these polls ;-)


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 Why?

 
 by bugmenot1234 on: Aug 18 2008
 
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Seems less configurable, first thing I used to do was to set taskbar and others to the way I liked them and my customization options are either gone or hidden in the new version.

I picked KDE over Gnome a year or more ago largely because I liked the way it allowed me to easily change the way the system looked and worked, I'm now trying Gnome again because it now seems more equal.


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 Re: Why?

 
 by spiros2907 on: Aug 25 2008
 
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Quote:

Seems less configurable, first thing I used to do was to set taskbar and others to the way I liked them and my customization options are either gone or hidden in the new version.


This is just the point... Furthermore, when going from 3.5 to 4.1, some apps are updated in a way that they loose most of their useful features (for example gwenview)

It's like I'm running KDE 1.1 with a polished theme :(

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I picked KDE over Gnome a year or more ago largely because I liked the way it allowed me to easily change the way the system looked and worked, I'm now trying Gnome again because it now seems more equal.


Been there too. Well at least I won't be thinking of the features I've lost with every peace of software I run...

The worst thing in this decision to release a (feature-wise) alpha-state KDE is that users will never be sure when it's time to really switch. When will it really be 3.5 equivalent? I'm afraid we'll never know, and a lot of users will not even bother to wait till they find out

I'm really puzzled


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 KDE4

 
 by Agent24 on: Aug 21 2008
 
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I like the style of KDE4 but I don't like the way everything is too big. KDE3 is better because everything fits nicely on the screen


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