Konq 4 chat

Nigel Ridley nigel at prayingforisrael.net
Sat May 23 14:30:44 UTC 2009

Donn wrote:
> On Saturday, 23 May 2009 15:53:54 nepal.roade at googlemail.com wrote:
>> You make good points Donn about how incredibly useful Konq had become by
>> then. The loss of this is exactly the reason I have decided to leave KDE
>> for good and adopt at least for now the Gnome Desktop.
> While you may agree with me -- I don't agree with you. I have learned (in this 
> thread) that Konqueror is *not* being killed-off. It's still there and does 
> everything it used to do. Sure, because of the KDE 4 thing, there is some 
> functionality (very small bugs, Dotan has helped me list them) lost but really 
> not that much.
> As usual with any software I am prepared to find the way to work with it. KDE 
> 3.5 had its way. KDE 4 seems to have its too.
>>> kmail
> I had to kill all my emails and all my filters to get kmail working, that has 
> sucked. But it's done now and so far it has not crashed in a few days.
> Stick around. I have been on a gnome desktop for a few days and there's not 
> much advantage. Really. It's got the same bunch of 'get used to it' bugs and 
> oddball corners. You will learn to loath Nautilus too. Mark my words :)
> \d
Donn, do you think you could chart all the ways needed to get Konqueror (4.x.x) to function as 
v.3.x.x used to? It would be a great benefit to many people on the list.
I really was under the impression that Konq had been hamstrung because the default set up had 
disabled so many functions that we users had become used to.



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