Kmenu and KDE4

Art Alexion art.alexion at
Mon Dec 22 01:46:09 UTC 2008

On Sunday 21 December 2008 20:05:32 Derek Broughton wrote:
> fwiw, I rather like kickoff - the only thing wrong with it is that you
> shouldn't have to click on anything to go down a level in the menu.

IMO, all menus are more clicks than one should have to do for apps they use 
daily.  Menus should only act as an archive for launching programs you rarely 
use.  Launching a program should be a one click exercise.  I suppose 
the "favorites" menu that opens with Kickoff is some acknowledgment of this, 
but it is still one click too many.  The rest of Kickoff takes the too many 
clicks complaint to the absurd extreme.  But that's just for me, and people 
who work like me.

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