On 11/01/2008, Tom <email@example.com> wrote:
> Dotan Cohen wrote:
> > Please report back with installation issues and usage problems. I've
> > very excited, but I cannot play russian rulette with my laptop.
> I don't know if the KDE 4 that my standard Ubuntu Hardy brought
> in this morning is the same thing, but if it is, I can be quite
> short: it looks better than I expected, but it acts as unstable
> as I was afraid it would.
Just in fiddling around a bit with
> the settings, I managed it to crash three, four times. Which is
> when I logged out.
> As far as the russian roulette thing goes: I don't see anything
> to be afraid of. Settings are stored in .kde4 rather than .kde,
> or if you're really worried, you could just create a test user?
After I've seen a few people that have done that, and left KDE 3
(freidian slip) I will try that.
A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
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