John Summerfield <debian <at> herakles.homelinux.org> writes:
I use Konsole a lot.I have a white background as I find that easier
use. KDE4 thinks I want black so I don't need to bother reading it.
Konsole has a different way to handle color schemes now, apparently they forgot
to provide some migration (kconf_update) code. :-(
You can set a color scheme in the preferences.
I generally have taskbar never group, and only display the current
desktop. Can't see how to get KDE4 to do that.
That's implemented at least in the trunk (future 4.1), probably also in 4.0.2
(but I haven't checked).
I really do not like the new applications menu. I can't find
want, such as control-centre (so I can fix the settings), Firefox, the
office software I think is there and so on. I've spent an hour or two on it.
There's an old-style menu available. In the desktop toolbox (the cashew nut
icon at the top right of the screen), choose "Add applet" and
drag "Applications Launcher Menu" (as opposed to just "Applications
which is the new-style Kickoff) to the panel, and delete the Kickoff button. (I
wonder if that shouldn't be the default. I don't like the new-style Kickoff