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Your expectations for KDE 4.3?


Posted by Yaba on Mar 20 2009
More features20%20%20% 20%
Focus on Stability32%32%32% 32%
Focus on Performance29%29%29% 29%
Focus on Polishing (Look and Feel)17%17%17% 17%
Other2%2%2% 2%
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 more configurability

 
 by janet on: Mar 21 2009
 
Score 50%

Focus on more usability, more user configurable context menus for movement minimalists, more configuration options for the applications: user configurable icons sizes in all possible areas like bookmarks toolbar, konq sidebar, file dialogs, *plasmoid configuration sidebars*!, color preview icons in systemsettings! etc. to allow slightly visually impaired people to use KDE4 as easily as it was possible with KDE3. And the same goes vice versa, allowing to downsize icons like the icons in the bookmarks toolbar to better use available space on small displays (1280x800, 1024x600). The focus should be on giving back the user more freedom in choice of handling things.

And the desktop context menu if not configurable it should at least contain the same entries for desktop folder view and standard plasma view. I don't use the desktop view which I like more than that plasma view - because I need some entries from the plasma view desktop context menu that are not availabe (but as helpful) in the desktop view context menu.


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 better bbcode support

 
 by panzi on: Mar 21 2009
 
Score 50%

I'd like MUCH better bbcode support. E.g. code tags(!), more multiline support, nested tags and the ability to give links a different label than the url.

Some kind of news feed per application would be nice, too.


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 Re: better bbcode support

 
 by panzi on: Mar 21 2009
 
Score 50%

Oh, sorry. I thought this was about kde-apps.org. :P (stupid me)


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 more stability

 
 by panzi on: Mar 21 2009
 
Score 50%

Ok, this time right: I expect KDE 4.3 to be more stable. A lot of apps in KDE 4.2 crash all the time (SIGSEGV). E.g.: krunner, kwin (often on login), amarok 2 (often on exit), the xine phonon backend (when using amarok 2) etc. (yes I do report the crashes on bugs.kde.org).

It's hellishly unstable! More like an early beta. This happens for me with fedora and suse live cds, fedora and suse in virtualbox and natively installed fedora. I hope this changes.

And I hope amarok 2.1 will get about 60% of the features of amarok 1.4. There are still severe bugs concerning podcasts and the embedded plasma thing needs severe usability engineering. See my rant: http://twoday.tuwien.ac.at/pub/stories/322259/

And I expect (or I'd like) apps like k3b and kile to be ported to KDE 4.


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 File management capabilities?

 
 by HugoArtemisRune on: Mar 22 2009
 
Score 50%

I'd like some file management capabilities added to the Folder View Plasmoid - I'm really missing the ability to view the entire filename, however long, when I click on a file. Would also be nice if plasma restarted itself after it crashes (note: it only crashes when I'm doing stupid things), but that's just me being lazy..


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 i want to all

 
 by linuxix on: Mar 22 2009
 
Score 50%

actually, i want to all. but i voted focus on stability.


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 Re: i want to all

 
 by scummos on: Mar 22 2009
 
Score 50%

Thats it. It needs more features, at least all of 3.5, it needs stability, which it hasn't got atm, it needs performance, which it also hasn't got yet, and it needs all these little annoying bugs to be fixed. :p


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 All of them

 
 by petersohn on: Mar 23 2009
 
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From the list, I want all. If I would vote for an order of priorities, it would be:
1. Stability. It has some really annoying bugs. A system is only usable if it doesn't crash.
2. Performance. This is the first reason why I switched from Windows. And KDE4 has an unnecessarily high base CPU usage (when I don't do anything).
3. Features. 4.2 has the most important features of 3.5, but I still miss some.
4. Polishing. It is important, but worth nothing if the system is unusable or slow. What I miss most are some lighter Plasma themes.

My problem with KDE4 is that while 4.0 and 4.1 was focusing mostly on the look and feel and some new features, and lacked many important features of KDE 3.5. In 4.2, most features are back, but there are really many annoying bugs.

I hope 4.3 will be better, but I feel that the world will still need 3.5 before 4.5 comes out.


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