[Bug 146612] Re: K3b in Gnome DE in 7.04 and upgrading to Gutsy beta puts 3 kcmshell settings in menu "other" and confuses user to their meaning.
feisty_hot_lover at yahoo.com
Sat Jan 19 19:03:46 UTC 2008
** Description changed:
Binary package hint: k3b
- There are 2 problems. 1. should not be added to Gnome menu and 2.
- confusion for Gnome users.
- Problem 1.
I had installed K3b to my Gnome DE in 7.04 some months ago and upgraded to Gutsy beta using update manager. Now all the sudden in Gutsy Gnome I have a new menu called other and it contains 3 kcmshell settings.
Name: Input Actions, command: kcmshell khotkeys
Name: Keyboard, command: kcmshell keyboard
Name: Keyboard Layout, command: kcmshell keyboard_layout
- Problem 2.
- This is very annoying because I installed K3b to burn optical disc and as such it seems to me I would have very little interest in the kcmshell command. K3b does just fine without the kcmshell menu entries. If we absolutely must keep these menu entries would they not be better off in System/Preferences. They also offer no clue to the fact that they are part of KDE unless you go and do research on them. Because there is no obvious KDE connection users will bitch endlessly about why there not working seamlessly in Gnome or why they are not in System/Preferences.
+ The menu entries offer no clue to the fact that they are part of KDE
+ unless you go and do research on them. Because there is no obvious KDE
+ connection I think users will be confused and complain about why they
+ are not not working seamlessly in Gnome or why they are not in
+ Update, this is still happening for me. I have a 7.10 installed and not
+ upgrade. January 19, 2008
K3b in Gnome DE in 7.04 and upgrading to Gutsy beta puts 3 kcmshell settings in menu "other" and confuses user to their meaning.
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