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What do you like least about KDE?


Posted by Yaba on May 15 2005
CPU consumption12%12%12% 12%
Memory Consumption21%21%21% 21%
HDD space consumption1%1%1% 1%
Speed28%28%28% 28%
Internal and external package dependencies7%7%7% 7%
Integration and runtime dependencies4%4%4% 4%
Each package contains a lot of apps14%14%14% 14%
Responsiveness of developers1%1%1% 1%
Available help3%3%3% 3%
Other8%8%8% 8%
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 ...getting bloated

 
 by IlMaz on: May 17 2005
 
Score 50%

After all the time spent to switch on every KDE bell and whistle I got into an ascetical crisis and switched to fluxbox.

I'm still using (the often optimal) KDE apps sometimes, especially konqueror for all the sites that simply doesn't render with any other browser ;) But just try to start it from outside KDE: it took lots of time until kde3.3 and now it takes even more with 3.4.

The net result is that I should upgrade my computer just to have the - same - usability: the main reason I don't use windoze.

The main reason I'm not going to use KDE anymore as my window manager.


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 For me, UI

 
 by episode96 on: May 17 2005
 
Score 50%

I've voted other. The thing I like less about KDE is its look and lack of usability in some aspects, looking quite unprofessional on some places. Cluttered toolbars, wierd layouts, and things like that. I know KDE developers are already aware of this and they're working on it. KDE 3.4 is a step in the right direction, so I want to thank them all for their great work.


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 integration here...

 
 by Arkham on: May 18 2005
 
Score 50%

One (and just one ;) of the things I like about Gnome is that you can browse your lan right "out of the compiler".
The LISA thing I just can't stand it...

And I would say something about the general look, but testing 3.4 right now and looks very nice, great job there :thumbup:

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 Re: integration here

 
 by rraab on: May 19 2005
 
Score 50%

Why do you not like Lisa? I think that has to be one of the better parts of KDE. It can be shared by all on the box and by multiple desktops. I do think that it needs a bit of work (would be interesting to have it scan the packets and simply pick it up passively ala pcap or use the OS). In addition, to really make it useful, gnome (or gtk) and char. browsers should be done.


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 buggy apps

 
 by lagitus on: May 18 2005
 
Score 50%

While the situation has improved a lot since KDE 3.0, Konqueror and a bunch of other KDE apps still occasionally crash, hang or do strange things.


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 extra apps

 
 by DexterMagnific on: May 19 2005
 
Score 50%

What i dislike most in kde are extra apps included in kde. I really wish that some apps get removed from the "true" KDE, such as kfloppy, kolourpaint, ...
even if these apps are outside the kde package, some distros (eg my gentoo) provide them automatically when installing kde


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 Re: extra apps

 
 by bsander on: May 19 2005
 
Score 50%

Gentoo provides split ebuilds since kde 3.4. It's still in ~arch, but should be tagged stable rsn I hope.


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 Re: extra apps

 
 by blaster999 on: May 20 2005
 
Score 50%

Bsander is right - there is no need to emerge kde. Better, emerge -pv kdebase-meta, then select only what you want and emerge all the small packages separately.

BTW, Gentoo split KDE ebuilds rule!


It is not the size of the hammer that counts. It's how you wield it.
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 Re: extra apps

 
 by 6thpink on: May 21 2005
 
Score 50%

Well, what you are talking about is not really a kde fault usually, but a distro fault. Depending on the distro you can find thousands of small packages or many big monolithic ones. Of course, you still have to install kdelibs and qt as a base, but that's the same with gtk and gnome, or evas and E17... So theres no point there. Maybe you have chose the wrong distro.

I am a fvwm user but like a lot to play with kde, and sometimes use it (now Im using it more since 3.4 release) and I have less thing in my menus that I ever had in gnome. Believe it or not, that is not a point. You can argue many bad things about kde (I also can, Im not a superfan of kde) but dont blame kde for something that your distro devs should work out.


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 What i don\'t like ab

 
 by cybermonkey on: May 21 2005
 
Score 50%

What i dont like about kde is when installing say kdebase and kdelibs you i get apps i dont need like kwrite i use kedit or kate to me kwrite is just bloat etc etc I wish everything was broken up into seperate packages.

Here is an example of what i would like to see happen with kde.

The only things my wife does with the computer is search the web and check her e-mail and every now and then uses amarok so if i could just have a web browser and amarok notheing else that would be nice and i mean nothing else just a desktop konqueror and amarok another thing i would like to see is konqueror reach the level that firefox is at and what i mean by this is when i install mplayer and plug-in's so i can view or listen to streaming media konq sometimes wigs out and there are still lots of web sites that i cant view useing konq like netscape mail
i personal use firefox most of the time because firefox can do alot that konq cant but as we all know firefox has performance issues on kde due to it being gtk based same goes if you try to use konq on Xfce wich to me has replaced gnome all together.


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