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    Default Yast the way it was and will be

    Hello all,

    Is it possible to install Yast from 11.1 on 11.2

    The screen layout 11.2 is to say it gentle not user friendly


    I prefer the 11.1 layout no scrolling windows to find what your looking for

    One window with every tab in the left window

    So we ditch 11.2 yast en install 11.1 yast

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    Default Re: Yast the way it was and will be

    In short - No
    Don't even think about it.
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    Default Re: Yast the way it was and will be

    On Wed, 2009-11-11 at 18:16 +0000, susegebr wrote:
    > Hello all,
    >
    > Is it possible to install Yast from 11.1 on 11.2
    >
    > The screen layout 11.2 is to say it gentle not user friendly
    >
    >
    > I prefer the 11.1 layout no scrolling windows to find what your looking
    > for
    >
    > One window with every tab in the left window
    >
    > So we ditch 11.2 yast en install 11.1 yast


    Not sure about 11.2 (haven't tried), but you can try editing
    /etc/sysconfig/yast2 and changing WANTED_SHELL=qt
    I don't think you have to change WANTED_GUI... but you
    try that one as well.



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    Default Re: Yast the way it was and will be

    Cjcox thats the trick


    set wanted_shell="gtk"
    set wanted_gui="gtk"

    Now you have a decent window when you select programs in the left windows the right windows gets a blue bachground and the sub selection there gets a white background

    resizing the hole window to half a selection from the left side shows up in de right side blue background

    By FAR more user friendly as the qt ****

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