On Friday 2009 January 09 19:30:56 David C. Rankin wrote:
Marcus Meissner wrote:
> It is called "okular" in KDE4.
Of course, users really shouldn't have to think about that. If it's really a
drop-in replacement it should "Provides" kpdf so that "zypper in kpdf"
it in. Also, opening a PDF is such a common computing task that it should be
installed (and associated with PDFs) whenever the user chooses the KDE 4
Advanced users should expect so update their working knowledge of the system,
Guess I have to add that to my new list of teenage
lingo right along with
plasmoid, widget and wodim.
Widget? Really? That's been around a /long/ time. At least since Java 1.1,
probably much longer. (I wouldn't be surprised if NeXT gave it it's
programming meaning.) http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/widget
says it has been
around in some form since 1924.
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