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KDevelop 3.024%24%24% 24%
KMail 1.612%12%12% 12%
KOffice 1.311%11%11% 11%
Konqueror 3.232%32%32% 32%
Kontact 1.08%8%8% 8%
Kopete 1.014%14%14% 14%
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 Konqueror 3.2

 
 by Yaba on: Mar 6 2003
 
Score 50%

because I hope that I will open new tabs immediately with an animated icon that shows the status of the tab like Mozilla does it now.


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 Close tab button

 
 by Markus on: Mar 7 2003
 
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Konqueror needs a tiny "close" button on each tab. Closing it with CRTL-W or via menu is much too complicated and slow.


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 There is one

 
 by Yaba on: Mar 7 2003
 
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There is a button available for closing the current tab. However you must add it to the toolbar. It's not there by default.


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 Close button

 
 by Rodion on: Mar 7 2003
 
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But this button only closes the _current_ tab. There are times when I want to close another tab without first having to open it.
Galeon got tab behavior right. Tabs instantly appear, are color-coded to show status (red = loading, blue = finished and unviewed, black = finished and viewed), and have a close button on each tab.
I think Konqueror also needs some serious usability improvement; namely, there is a plethora of options available (which is good) that are poorly organized and difficult to turn off (which is bad) when all I want to do is browse the web. Which is why I am still using Galeon for a browser. Konqueror is great as a file manager, but still needs some interface tweaking before it can be a great browser.


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 Closing tabs

 
 by yf12s on: Mar 8 2003
 
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If you right-click over the tab, you are presented with a variety of options. That's how I close them, but you make a good point.


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 Color-coded titles

 
 by flavuloid on: Mar 7 2003
 
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? la Galeon, IMHO the one browser that does all this tabbed browsing the best. I think it is much easier to distinguish between loading, not-read and already loaded and read pages.

(And you are so right about Konq taking way too much to create a new tab when you request one... Damn, it even forgets to show you a new tab if you request another new tab before the first is displayed.)


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 KDEVELOP

 
 by WinterWolf on: Mar 7 2003
 
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Not only is it a fantastic IDE, it is also the only IDE available for Linux, so I really hope it keeps moving nice and steady. I don't know waht I would do without KDeveloP!

Kopete is also looking verynice, but IM are less essential to me.

Konqueror, well it is still has thousands of bugs and does not have much needed basic functionality.

For example all ahrdware devices should be located in the tree menu and so should computers on the windows netwok in workgroups. File sharing should be as easy as in Windows, just right click and share. It should also have support for all cameras, USB drives, etc. XP's digital media support is excellent, workws witha nything and no drivers required most of the time.

This is only a small handfull of functionality I need in it. Good thing at least Xandros knwos what user friendliness is. Thier filemanager provides all of the functionality I miss in konqueror and more which will not even be found in Explorer.


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 Kontact...

 
 by Goamaus on: Mar 7 2003
 
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cause I want so see, if there is a better-integrated alternative to Evolution...


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 kdevelop

 
 by flattery on: Mar 7 2003
 
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Kdevelop isn't the only IDE for linux

What about Kylix?

and the QT one...

anyway my vote is for kopete but Kdevelop is my second choice


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 not the only one

 
 by WinterWolf on: Mar 7 2003
 
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But, the only great one IMO!


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 Kopete rocks

 
 by yf12s on: Mar 8 2003
 
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Kopete should be the KDE software piece of the year. I have been using it since 0.5 and it has really taken shape. I would like to see it somehow integrate seemlessly with Kontact or at least use the address book in some fashion. I believe it will be something that an older project such as Gaim will have a hard time standing up to.


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 definitively kontact

 
 by armstrong on: Mar 8 2003
 
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Cause if this is going to be true... it will be the killer application. Me dreaming of improvement of IMAP in kmail, full integration of korganizer, maybe improvement of project (gantt-diagramms) in korganizer.... integration of kopete will be great too... In the end we'll have a wonderful component-based framework so flexible nobody has ever seen bevore...


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