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Comment: Re:Unwilling to (re)implement --geometry (Score 1) 818 818

I always just use my "old" home directory in the newly installed linux, and it never breaks anything. But then again I'm using openSUSE, and it's really good with stuff like that.

But if you just want your KDE4 desktop to look the same: copy .kde4/share/config/plasma* and .kde4/share/config/kwin* to your new home and it should work. Remember to check to file permission and ownership.
Those files describe the your look of your desktop.

You can also use a dummy or temporary account to make your own clean plasma* and kwin* files!

Anyway, as far as _I_ know, KDE4 won't be changing the layout of these files anymore, and hasn't done so since 4.5 (or earlier).

Comment: Re:Unwilling to (re)implement --geometry (Score 1) 818 818

OK, thanks explaining your reasons for needing --geometry. I understand your problem now, however to _me_ it sound like you want to try KDE4 "activities" as these are specifically made for your kind of usage. Difficult to try though, without KDE4, but do check them out.

Comment: Re:Found happiness elsewhere (Score 1) 818 818

"Something you probably don't get though, is that distributions have no choice"
Nonsense, SuSE had a choice when KDE4.0 was released, so they made KDE4 an _option_. Why did they do that? Because they took the KDE-devs warning that 4.0 wasn't ready for use seriously. SuSE didn't swap the stable 3.5 for the totally new 4.0, like i.e. Fedora did. I was still happily running 3.5, AND testing 4.0 on the same machine when Fedora's KDE users were totally fucked by Fedora. And, I'm sure: the KDE devs could have used a different numbering scheme, but Fedora would prolly have made the same mistake and slapped 3.9.0, or whatever would have been the "saner" number, in their newest release.

Comment: Re:I can't decide... (Score 1) 360 360

question:

Is cat-copter adorable, or disturbing?

of course someone will find it:

Disturbing :( Doing things like shows lack of empathy, and is I believe is disrespectful to life.

but, then again:

Didn't realize the dead have feelings with which to empathize.

Now, there you go! All kinds of interesting observations and discussions, sparked by some simple art. That can a _function_ of art.
I must say, I find it somewhat amusing, a catcopter, but how people respond to stuff like this, now that's interesting.

Comment: Re:Your side is always the good guys. (Score 1) 233 233

What is "serious"?

_Good_ question.

Well, Miriam-Webster gave me:
Synonyms of serious:
earnest, grave, humorless, no-nonsense, po-faced [British], sedate, severe, sober, sobersided, solemn, staid, uncomic, unsmiling, weighty

Now please tell, which of these this _you_ think it was?

Comment: Re:be careful what you wish for (Score 1) 82 82

I've got to admit it: the shills are getting better, more subtle, more ambivalent. And AC's of course, nothings is more obvious a shill than a superhigh userid with two posts. But still:you are a shill. I'm sure I'll be insulted in a subtle, nasty way, or not now I've pointed out the obvious.
Anyway, you fuckers are all over Google stories like flies over shit.

Aren't you glad you're not getting all the government you pay for now?

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