On 6/12/19 8:27 AM, Bernhard Rosenkraenzer wrote:
Mercy, I hate the way this is connected to forum because of stuff like
this. OK. Try this post again. Hope it comes out right in the @#$% @#$%^
just pretended to be a "stupid" user looking around the 4.0 image (in live mode
so far), there's a few things I think we may want to change:
* In the favorites on the left side of the K menu, there's a good chance people will have no idea
what "Falkon" is - so they may go looking for a browser with little success. Maybe we
should just change the desktop file to say "Name=Falkon Browser" or something similarly
obvious? Or maybe patch the favorites bar to display the GenericName rather than the Name for the
* In the menu, we have Education > Math and Education > Science -- this is
good, but they both contain the exact same things. That makes it a little weird...
* Internet in the K menu is rather cluttered with things 99% of people will neither use nor understand and stuff most people will use only once. "Contact
Print Theme Editor", "Contact Theme Editor", "KDE IM Log Viewer", "KMail Header Theme Editor", "KTnef",
"lftp", "PIM Setting Exporter", "Sieve Editor" should probably all move to a submenu (maybe kget as well, given most people will
use it indirectly?), and maybe KRDC and Krfb need a better description (again switch to GenericName?)
* Konverstation is there and kvirc isn't, when most people I've talked to
prefer kvirc - should we switch?
* Office menu -> similar to Internet, too many not generally useful things like "Contact Print THeme Editor", "Contact Theme
Editor", "KMail Header Theme Editor", "KTnef", "PIM Setting Exporter", "Sieve Editor"
* Settings -> dnfdragora and dnfdragora-updater in Settings? Wouldn't they fit
better in Utilities?
* Lost & Found -- probably shouldn't be there unless people install stuff with
bad desktop files -- the USB formatter that's there needs the desktop file fixed
Any thoughts on this? Should I fix them, or do people have objections?
On 6/12/19 8:27 AM, Bernhard Rosenkraenzer wrote:> Hi,
> just pretended to be a "stupid" user looking around
Well I don't have to pretend.