Michael P. Soulier schrieb:
On 20/11/03 Jim Cornette did say:
>I would like to see KDE and GNOME more as separate programs myself. The
>reason for the separation would be more for time line development
>between KDE and GNOME coming out at different times.
I'd like to see less bias against KDE in Fedora. I tried KDE, and I
took me 30 minutes to enable features to make it half-way decent, like
anti-aliased fonts. Why were these disabled by default?
strange, anti-aliased fonts is always enable by default in KDE. Perhaps
you have disabled
Why is the KDE
menu full of Gnome programs, with the KDE programs buried deeper? Fedora
seems like a terrible place for people who prefer KDE.
please install all KDE packages from Fedora, you will get more KDE apps
in menu ;-)