I am confused
eli at orbsky.homelinux.org
Tue Apr 14 20:46:02 UTC 2015
On Tuesday 14 April 2015 22:33:01 Lukáš Tinkl wrote:
> Dne 14.4.2015 v 16:09 Luigi Toscano napsal(a):
> > On Tuesday 14 of April 2015 16:59:02 Eli Wapniarski wrote:
> >> Quoting Luigi Toscano <luigi.toscano at tiscali.it>:
> >>> On Tuesday 14 of April 2015 16:16:38 Eli Wapniarski wrote:
> >>>> 1) If I upgrade a heavily used machine, I will also be upgrading
> >>>> KDEPIM... Will I lose my notebooks, filters, etc?
> >>> KDEPIM is not part of Plasma and it hasn't been ported to Frameworks
> >>> 5 yet. No
> >>> changes there.
> >>>> 4) and ARRRRGGGGHHHH!!! How do I get rid of the "discreet" version of
> >>>> the &^*()&^ cashew???
> >>> I still fail to understand all the hate for a small item which
> >>> guarantees
> >>> a
> >>> "fixed point of restore" in case you remove everything from the desktop.
> >>> But anyway, from upstream:
> >>> http://vizzzion.org/blog/2015/02/killing-the-cashew-done-right/
> >>> Ciao
> >>> --
> >>> Luigi
> >> Because it is an element on the screen that is totally unnecessary
> >> except for the most novice of windowing environment users. The right
> >> click context menu has been a feature of windowing environments for a
> >> very long time. And thank you for the link
> > You can configure the right click to not show the standard menu. Maybe a
> > novice user won't notice, but you can end up without a way to do anything.
> > Ciao
> I still think it's also there as a remnant from the "netbook" UI -
> tablets don't have the right-click facility :)
Forgive this Lukus. So if you need it for the tablet. Keep it on the tablet.
On my computer... I do not need it. And I should be able rid myself of it if
thats what I want.
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