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Re: [opensuse-factory] Re: [opensuse-gnome] GTK interface of software installer in YaST [yast2-gtk] in Factory
  • From: Rastislav Krupanský <rastislav.krupansky@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2010 21:19:36 +0200
  • Message-id: <4BC61548.1080300@xxxxxxxxx>
Dňa 14. 4. 2010 16:34, Jakub Rusinek wrote / napísal(a):

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Od: "Jakub Rusinek" <jakub.rusinek@xxxxxxxxx>
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Temat: Re: [opensuse-gnome] GTK interface of software installer in YaST [yast2-gtk] in Factory
Data: Wed, 14 Apr 2010 16:33:14 +0200


when it comes to YaST, as somebody might listen to me right now, I'd like
to say I have YaST QT software management interface. Completely unsuable,
machine friendly and so 1990...

YaST-GTK has a lot better interface and is really friendly.

Even command line zypper is more friendly than the one I personally hate.
I'm really against saying "I hate" and so but I have no choice.

Over the years the interface of YaST has not changed a lot. If it changed
anything else than Qt3 → Qt4. KDE has changed, has gone simplified,
unified, more powerful, what I can't say about de facto KDE-dedicated
interface of YaST.

It looks out of place (I'm not talking about Qt style and icons - they're

Just for feature-parity and usability-parity I'd like to see Qt one be
comparable to GTK one (identical, I guess).

The most problem is that qt and gtk yast are inconsistent and looks like two completely different applications. This should be resolved. Then users wouldn´t face the dilemma which one is better.

S pozdravom / Best regards,


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