--- Comment #8 from Nate Graham <n...@kde.org> ---
(In reply to Nach from comment #7)
> I agree with you the default should be what people see elsewhere so KDE
> doesn't seem alien. However I think KDE would be better with having this
> feature as an option (which is not the default) as it is did back in KDE 3.
> Windows used to have it, and one of the reasons I stopped using Windows is
> that they dropped it.
> I kind of miss the days when we used to joke about how KDE never met an
> option it didn't like.
> >But thanks for replying on this 10-year old bug!
> Well, I'm still here, and I still care!
> I'm actually amazed someone is still looking at these after not hearing
> anything in years. I for the most part stopped filing bug reports with KDE
> because they rarely seem to be looked at let alone fixed.
> I'm finding some KDE 5 applications segfault at times, the file copy dialog
> seems to be leaking RAM until it finishes copying, or Dolphin usability is
> way poorer than it should be, but I didn't bother taking the time to report
> things anymore, because it didn't look like the current KDE developers care
> about stability and usability like they used to.
On the contrary, it's one of our major goals right now:
I encourage you to keep on filing bugs--or better yet, submit some patches. We
have very good documentation on this:
Over time, bug triaging had gotten short shrift, as you've noticed. But we're
making a push to improve on that front, which is probably why I'm triaging bugs
that are older than my children.
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