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Re: What is the official/semi-official positon of Fedora on KDE?



On Saturday 09 April 2005 10:49, Claude Jones wrote:
> Leaf wrote:
> > On Saturday 09 April 2005 09:48, Claude Jones wrote:
> >>Could you explain your last comment. I ran KDE 3.4 when I brought up a
> >>new FC4t1 box. I couldn't find any remarkable differences between it and
> >>my current implementation - I found a couple of annoyances, however. The
> >>list of menu options had been cut way back, and even the Control Center
> >>was not present as an option and had to be called up by a command. I'm
> >>sure I missed things - from a read of the release notes, it seems like
> >>many of the improvements had to with accessibility, and obviously for
> >>those who need them, those features are extremely important. But, what
> >>else has been improved?
> >
> > That is all odd, my Kmenu options fill the screen and the Control Center
> > has been there from the moment I installed.  As an FYI I installed FC3
> > with none of the Gnome packages and all of the KDE (from the CDs).  Then
> > I updated everything, including KDesktop to 3.4.  I haven't seen the
> > issues you mention.
>
> But you upgraded from the previous version. Mine was the default
> installation under FC4t1. I changed nothing during setup regarding KDE,
> except to choose it as my default desktop after FC4 was up and running.
> The issues I describe are how it came up under a default install - now
> granted, FC4t1 is what it is, and by final release, many things will
> change, including the issues I describe. Since you upgraded from a
> previous version, under FC3, your experience was different. But, my
> question is, what are the big improvements in KDE over the current
> version, apart from the accessibility improvements; the FC4 install
> issues are obviously not a proper subject here.
>
> --
> Claude Jones
> Bluemont, VA, USA

No version was listed in your message, I believe the default assumption to be 
that a user is using the current release, at least that is what I am left to 
assume.  If you have issues with a test, i.e. unstable, version, you should 
note the issue as a bug.


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