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How much KDE applications are you using?


Posted by Yaba on Dec 19 2004
I only use KDE applications14%14%14% 14%
75 % KDE, 25 % other toolkits47%47%47% 47%
50 % KDE, 50 % other17%17%17% 17%
25 % KDE, 75 % other8%8%8% 8%
I only use the KDE desktop, but no KDE applications2%2%2% 2%
I am neither using the KDE desktop nor KDE applications. What am I doing here?6%6%6% 6%
First vote! First vote!6%6%6% 6%
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 used to be one other

 
 by ppareit on: Dec 20 2004
 
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There used to be one other
program :-) that I needed
without kde/qt gui...
But writing a fix for that
was easy...


http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=12520
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 KDE and non-KDE apps

 
 by leinir on: Dec 21 2004
 
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Non-KDE:

  • GIMP (Sorry, Krita isn't really up to the job... yet ;) )
  • InkScape (Again, Karbon14 isn't really there... yet ;) )
  • LyX (though it is included with Konstruct, so its kind of in between somewhere, so I put that one last)

KDE (this, I should add, is not an exhaustive list):

  • amaroK
  • Konqueror
  • Kopete
  • Konversation
  • Quanta+
  • KDevelop
  • Konsole
  • Kate, KEdit


..Dan // Leinir
http://www.leinir.dk/

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 Re: KDE and non-KDE apps

 
 by Svyatogor on: Dec 21 2004
 
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Try Kile as a replacement to LyX, I thinks it's great!


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 Re: Re: KDE and non-KDE apps

 
 by leinir on: Dec 22 2004
 
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I know Kile is there, but the reason I like LyX is its semi wysiwyg layout system. I am not alone when using this, I have less tech savvy people there as well, and seeing LaTeX code would scare them ;) One of the people I use it with has enough trouble with HTML ;)


..Dan // Leinir
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 my non-kde list:)

 
 by amix on: Dec 22 2004
 
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Here are the non-KDE apps that I'm using frequently:
- SIM. I just don't like Kopete, dunno why. :)
- Firefox. Come on, I like Konqueror, but Firefox is much more flexible. For me, the most important thing Konqueror lacks, is host-dependent image handling. And stuff like that.
- Thunderbird. Now trying to get used to KMail, as it's wonderful to have such all-in-one organizer as Kontact, but... i'll probably turn back to Thunderbird for a while.. its ideology, customization, behaviour and interface seem to be 'cleaner', though the Gtk's rough look makes me feel sick.
- GIMP
- Inkscape
- xpdf (but i haven't seen the new engine of kpdf)


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 Re: my non-kde list:)

 
 by smileaf on: Dec 22 2004
 
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Azureus
Gimp

I'm proud of my sort list :)


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 Re: my non-kde list:)

 
 by ruel24 on: Dec 24 2004
 
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"- Firefox. Come on, I like Konqueror, but Firefox is much more flexible. For me, the most important thing Konqueror lacks, is host-dependent image handling. And stuff like that."

I find Konqueror far more flexible. Not only does it let me use it as a filemanager for my ftp site, it also displays many pages that don't display well in Firefox because they're geared toward IE.

" - Thunderbird. Now trying to get used to KMail, as it's wonderful to have such all-in-one organizer as Kontact, but... i'll probably turn back to Thunderbird for a while.. its ideology, customization, behaviour and interface seem to be 'cleaner', though the Gtk's rough look makes me feel sick."

I really like KMail's integration into Kontact. Now, I have one stop shopping for my contacts, newsreader, email, and calendar. I think the interface is far more intuitive than Evolution and I agree that KDE/Qt's look is far nicer than anything based on the Gtk engine.


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 Non-KDE

 
 by paul on: Dec 23 2004
 
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ethereal - shortest list so far :) And OK I use Aterm instead of konsole..


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 here comes my list

 
 by A-Man on: Dec 23 2004
 
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KDE apps:

Konqueror (file manager, web browser, ftp manager)
KMail (always used it)
KPPP
Konsole
KColourSelect
KWrite (php/html/css/sh code editing)
KEdit
KDict (with a local dictd)
KolourPaint (photo editing)
KWord
KSirc
Kuickshow
Kaffeine (videos)
KsCD
K3B
KGhostView
KCalc
Kolf (yesss!!!! ;-))
KolourLines (my wife loves this one alot ;-))
KSnapShot
Ark
Licq


Non-KDE apps (Gtk-Qt used on Gtk apps):

Hydrogen (it's Qt though)
Inkscape
XMMS
Sweep
Audacity


Artemio.


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 My apps

 
 by cepheus on: Dec 24 2004
 
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Recent KDE additions:
amarok
akregator
kaffeine
digikam
kwave
kword

Non-KDE apps:
gFTP: hate it, but unlike kbear/konqueror, it supports resume on all protocols

pan: Haven't seen a real KDE competitor here

gthumb: Might leave this someday as showimg is getting better and better. Gthumb has just proven to be a bit more stable

xmms: For various odd audio plugins

mplayer: For when kaffeine barfs. I should check out kmplayer, I guess

xsane: kooka has a much nicer interface, but produces blurry scans when I print. Probably a config issue on my end.

gpdf: Supports some additional pdf functionality that 3.3 kpdf doesn't have

And of course gimp.


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