Honestly? This is again again again a troll. There are a lot of troll post recently. People that try to put their emphasis on KDE3 v.s. 4, people who have problems (but by the description of the problem you find out that it simply cannot exist - and when you ask about the contradiction…they vanish).
People like this that have just one post…and post in soapbox.
To be honest? Couldn’t care less - and this although I still use 3.5. So what? Everybody is free to chose here and i he doesn’t like a desktop just change against another. Or does he want to do “vet-dentist” for gifted horses? lol!
PS, is this a “Lazarus thread”?
> KDE people should be ashamed, I LOVED KDE3.5 now I am forced to choose
Why Gnome? Why not Xfce?
If it’s performance and stability that you want, that’s where I would go.
I’m happy with KDE4, but Xfce is nice and development
seems to be very active.
GNOME is a great GUI, why is which GUI someone uses such a point of discussion?
> People that try to put their emphasis on KDE3 v.s. 4,
> people who have problems (but by the description of the problem you find
> out that it simply cannot exist - and when you ask about the
> contradiction…they vanish).
But, you have to answer, at least with question what person did to have
problems no one else can confirm in KDE 4.4 .
Comments like voltumna’s can be very hideous, depends who actually was
behind comment that is using historic material about KDE 4. The motive can
be benign good laugh looking flames (how easy is to provoke them (linux
fans) to argue), to intentional keeping community divided over KDE3/4 or
GNOME/KDE, or testing community spirit, or leaving message that KDE4 is bad
for times to come (Internet does not forget).
Last makes answer with question what problem is, mandatory. The other
motives are remedied with limited number of answers without flames.
Sorry for asking but did you use some kind of translation machine for the last post? In case, which was the departure langue?
> Sorry for asking but did you use some kind of translation machine for
> the last post? In case, which was the departure language?
There was none
I read my post again, and I can understand it, but not after first reading.
I tend to use long sentences with the digressions that make reading harder
in any language, specially without proper punctuation.
Not to mention obvious that my native has no need for articles “the” and
“a”, so I lose them more often then I want, or use them in a strange way.