Here it is:
Mainly lacking features in the gtk edition I can think to:
* No versions shown in the list (you've to click on all single packages). This was solved in the first proposal.
* No highlighting of newest/oldest packages (in the qt version: blue -> a new package is available, red -> the installed package is newer than what's in repositories). This was solved in the first proposal, using icons.
* Highest number of clicks to do one task: 1 click to select/lock/update a package in Qt, 2 clicks in the gtk version.
Moreover, it's quite different from the Qt interface, so it makes hard to support people for example on IRC, or to write general tutorials/documentation.
Il giorno mer, 27/02/2008 alle 13.43 +0000, James Ogley ha scritto:
It definitely looks bad, and it doesn't seem to add all the functionalities YaST Software Management has in its Qt version.
Do you have a screenshot of the Qt version to compare with?
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