[oclug] kde shortcuts
Michael P. Soulier
msoulier at storm.ca
Tue Oct 8 19:10:34 EDT 2002
On 08/10/02 Brad Barnett did speaketh:
> Actually, it hasn't necessarily been dropped, but I wish it was. Most of
> the changes to Sawfish of recent, changes that detract from its usability,
> have been due to its inclusion in the dumb-down world of gnome.
> As for stagnation, I think that's what you, myself and many others are
> looking for. Once sawfish supported everything I ever wanted, ran
> efficiently and bug free, why would I want more features to be added.
> Why would I want bloat?
Point taken. I do want a certain degree of eye candy, plus
configurability, performance, etc. Sawfish is close. I love the micro-gui
style. Add in a simple pager and it's somewhat acceptable. spager isn't bad.
But, I tried a recent version out of Debian unstable, and they'd
recompiled it with gtk2 support, and it looked, like, 10 times worse than the
previous version! Dumb dumb dumb, wait until gtk2 is done!
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