See, that's what I mean, you can get the classic
menu in KDE4, but you don't
know, so it's a missing feature and KDE4 is
I know that this feature exists, just not by default.
And to find something in the new menu you just have to
Typing is waaay more difficult than clicking.
or use the favourites and recently used apps tabs in
order to get faster with less mouse movements than in the old menu.
In KDE3 you also can use 'recently used', but I disable this feature completely
because it usually shows something far from I want.
But that's the thing, you have to be open for new
ways in order to make use of them and make them ease your work.
Thank you, I do not need 'new ways' which make my work more difficult.
Being inflexible and stuck to one way is the opposite
of what drives technology forward.
Vandalism can only drive technology backwards.
Basic to who?
To the most file managers starting from mid-80s, including Nautilus, Kong (up to KDE3),
Windows Explorer, MacOS Finder, OS/2 WPS, BeOS, E17, OpenGEM, Seal etc etc etc.
Did anyone file a bug
did anyone spend any time on implementing it?
Probably they spent time to break it up.
If not, might it be of no importance to the majority
Of course, it is of no importance for the majority of KDE4 users. Those for whom it is
important do not use KDE4.
So if nobody is willing to spend any spare time or
money on it, including you
It is unreasonable to spent time or money on a desktop environment which such easily
throws away the code implemented by others.
You just make yourself look silly by telling those
that maintained the code
that they did not understand it.
If they understood it, they would not say it's a mess.
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