Ok, so I decided to take the leap to KDE4 when Intrepid came out. I've
been running Feisty for ages now so I needed to upgrade anyways. I'm
back on 8.04.1 now, but at least I know something: I love KDE for it's
configuration options. I'm the kind of guy who has 12 different kicker
applets and 4 kicker panels on my dual-screen setup. KDE4 seemed like
it had a lot of potential, but it didn't allow me to tweak it to within
an inch of it's life, so that it behaved exactly how I wanted it to. I
couldn't Ctrl+tab to cycle through a workspace list (the option was
supposedly there but no list appeared). I couldn't
On Sun, Oct 19, 2008 at 2:12 PM, Casey Bralla <MailList@nerdworld.org> wrote:
So I'm back to 3.5.x. Unfortunately, changing to 4.1.2 completely wiped out
all my 3.5.x menus, so I have to completely rebuild them. Even the
customizations I added to my konqueror toolbar are mystery gone now.
Yeah, I also noticed some weirdness with my 3.5 menus, but after
switching back to KDE3's kdm, all of my 3.5 settings were back (I
think it was going back to kdm3, or maybe the complete restart of X).
I'm using gentoo, also. I've gotta agree that 4.1.2 wasn't quite at
the level I'd hoped, but then, 3.5.10 is the result of how many years
of bug crunching? Many. I'm confident that 4 will get there, too.