On Friday 30 July 2010 13:44:42 Илья Черных wrote:
time span within which is was actively being developed.
It is not true actually, but pretend it is so. So what?
Learning to use something else that is under
active development and
1. Why should I need using only things under development?
Is that a little kid question?
Security patches and bug fixes are applied only to something that is
developed, not to abandoned products.
2. Why did you decide I cannot use anything else so I
have to learn?
No one decided that you can't, it is your interpretation of his words.
Surely you can, if you can live without security patches and bug fixes.
Why? Why should I remove something which is more suitable and sinstall
It is unusable for you because your system doesn't support it.
If you can't afford system that supports new software then you have to live
with old. In your case new Nvidia driver is probably a cure, so there is no
My (very) old computer works fine and performance is acceptable under KDE4,
and the new one has absolutely no problems. It is all working out of the box
that I have no idea what graphic chip is built in, and many more details.
... Anyway complaining about KDE4, I agree, is
completely silly: it is more reasonable to expect KDE3 to be maintained
It is still maintained, but it is not developed.
longer than they fix their KDE4 so it not crashes and
Definition of "basic functions" is individual.
What you listed here, spatial browsing, was declared by Microsoft as a flop,
and for you that is under basic functions. In my book it is a major hurdle,
and it was reverted to browsing in a single window to save click to close
My need for multiple windows that present different directories is so small
that I can always use "open in a new window" option.
I can't imagine use case that will justify new window on each change of
Those that browse a little can use "open in a new window".
Those that browse file system a lot really will hate multiple windows and lost
overview where they are.
Calling so obscure feature a basic is nonsense, but as mentioned it is
individual matter like in some people like whip, some whip cream.
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