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    Default upgrade to kde3.4 a big succes

    updated unconditionaly kde from factory as in the howto
    deleted .kde4
    All is now as it was with kde 4.2.4
    a littlebit more speed but overall the same
    No complains from my side and thumbs up for the devs
    they took the critic series so System Settings is a beauty.

    and then a brand new kde 3.4 you install it and

    YAST is down the drain that changes in a total mess

    please a method to revert it to yast opensuse 11.1

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    Default Re: upgrade to kde3.4 a big succes

    Yast is solved bij installing the 3 rpm's from dvd 11.1

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    Default Re: upgrade to kde3.4 a big succes

    There were some issues with the Yast interface and a change that made it need double click, but that has been changed now. But the UI is still ugly IMO, heavens knows why they changed it.
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    Default Re: upgrade to kde3.4 a big succes

    Yast's UI missis the possebility to change the look and feel of a selectione

    On my screen it turned dark blue when i dit a one klick on
    Software Management, you cant read what was selekted
    so a 3 or 5 times missed Software Repositiries instaed of Software Management


    The layout of the UI has to folow the one Personal Setting has got

    The new layout (icon view) or (Classic tree view)

    With the classic tree vieuw only the sub selections may be visseble in the right window part

    be a 1 click interface and end of discussion wich way is the best

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