ubuntu and kubuntu

Felipe Figueiredo philsf at ufrj.br
Mon Sep 4 19:25:54 UTC 2006

On Sunday 03 September 2006 15:11, marc wrote:
> Eamonn Sullivan said...
> > On 9/2/06, Scott <geekboy at angrykeyboarder.com> wrote:
> > > What I meant to write was "I find that GNOME looks less like *Windows*
> > > OR Mac OS X than KDE does.  GNOME is just "unique".
> >
> > Yeah, that's true. I was way oversimplifying in my first statement.

> > The Systems Settings thingy in KDE (or whatever it's called) is
> > virtual clone of the OS X one, for example.
> Odd, because when I saw it, I deleted it; KControl is a far better tool.

Are you saying System Settings is not kcontrol? ;-)

I could swear it was some sort of front-end for kcontrol

> I never understand the thinking behind a design that provides multiple
> options, then closes once you select one of them without the option to
> go back. It's like making the wrong turn in a one-way system.

You can just press ESC and you go back.

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