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Mon Nov 26 23:36:51 UTC 2007
Chris Miller wrote:
> On Nov 26, 2007 2:53 PM, Brendan <mailinglist at endosquid.com> wrote:
>> On Sunday 25 November 2007, Valter Mura wrote:
>> > The only thing I can say is that Kmail is natively conceived to work in
>> > a KDE environment.
>> Half the reason I use KDE is for its File Dialog box and kio-slaves,
>> anyway. Preview all images when I'm attaching an image for a client? Of
>> course...in GTK apps....why would you want to preview something?
> You can preview photographic mimetypes from GTK style dialogs...
> I agree though, GTK on the whole is just inexplicably less
> user-friendly when you're power using your system. KDE is much
> better, though it comes at the price of a higher learning curve.
That seems wrong to me - but whenever I talk about GUIs I have to preface it
with a big YMMV :-)
KDE, to my mind, has a much smaller learning curve for most of us who came
from Windows. That is both its strength and its weakness.
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