Eh, did drag and drop not work before?
Last night while playing heroes3 (she kicked my ass, poxy black dragons..)
with the wife I was copying files - 4 separate drag and drop sessions from
my laptop to her machine - mp3's wouldn't ya know... copied 350 megs no
worries, the only difference is, I was running konqueror from gnome. I
installed the rpm's there last week -
my question is - how do I check the version of kde installed, I know - I'm
Also, after installing kde 2.x.x, there are multiple entries on the start
menu. e.g.: in the multimedia section, there are four entries for every app.
So needles to say, if you select the games section, it goes on for pages and
pages of rubbish.
But, when I try to edit the start menu and delete the copies, it only shows
me one entry for each! Whats going on? Am I making any sense? Its well early
so forgive me.
From: Donncha O Caoimh [mailto:donncha.ocaoimh at tradesignals.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 06, 2000 9:45 AM
Subject: KDE-2.0.1 (was Re: [ILUG] Re: mozilla moan..)
I downloaded and installed the RPMs this morning. Only thing I tried yet
was konqueror, but you can now drag and drop links between windows! I'd
also swear it renders faster than before!
Wonder if kmail has any significant improvements..
Thomas Ribbrock wrote:
>> On Tue, Dec 05, 2000 at 08:11:59PM +0000, Martin Donlon wrote:
> > Well, there is a better alternative to Netscape, Mozilla, Netscape6 and
> > Konqueror
> > The only thing against it is its use of KDE libs and the crappy KDE/QT
> > However, IMHO, its faster at rendering than both Mozilla/NS6 and NS4.7.
> > the GUI is faster than Mozilla/NS6.
> > It's got a priviledged space in my dock.
>> Well, when used with the KDEstep theme and the NeXT colours, it fits in
> nicely with WindowMaker's apps. Add gtkstep for the GTK apps, rxvts with
> NeXT scrollbar (or aterms) and the whole thing looks rather consistent.
> Actually, Netscape doesn't fit in in that case... :-)
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