kde 4

Kjetil Halvorsen kjetil1001 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 27 16:40:01 UTC 2008

Thanks. I am trying, but cannot find anything to change to a better
background. I will try more.
But I got my new lenses;!

A totally unrelated problem with the upgrade: each time i log in (or only
change from kde to gnome or vice versa),
the "network settings" forget about the DNS, I must type in that number
again, and again, and again.
The rest of the network settings are remembered! any ideas?


On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 10:17 AM, Knapp <magick.crow at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 2:12 PM, en0f <en0f at bokey.mine.nu> wrote:
> > Kjetil Halvorsen wrote:
> >> Hola!
> >>
> >> Finally I have the RC running, with kde 4, and is VERY disappointed.
> >> Earlier, kde was better than gnome at least because the screen was light
> and
> >> easy to read.
> >> Now, with kde 4, I need new lenses to be able to read the screen! What
> can I
> >> do to get back to the look & feel from kde 3?
> >
> > Menu > System Settings > Display
> >
> > --
> >        en0f
> >
> Many times on an update my computer has switch from the Nvidia drivers
> to the nv driver and everything gets really blurry. Also has the
> resolution setting for the screen changed? A last think to check is
> the way the fonts are rendered. I don't know much about that but the
> setting is in there somewhere.
> Good luck!
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> Douglas E Knapp
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