[nSLUG] KDE with Mozilla/Netscape bug

jesse lawrence_jesse at yahoo.ca
Tue Mar 4 17:44:42 AST 2003

On Tuesday 04 March 2003 17:30, you wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 04, 2003 at 05:11:24PM -0400, jesse wrote:
> > Thanks Ben, I tracked it down.  It's a little panel app called Klipper. 
> > I
> Ah yes, that's it.  Haven't used KDE myself for a long time, so I had
> completely forgotten.
> > can't believe I didn't think of that.  Oh well, problem solved.  That's
> > one of my beefs with KDE.  It's a great desktop, but a lot of the little
> > apps that go along with it leave something to be desired.  They seem to
> > impose things on you.
> Well, in its defense, once you have it configured the way you like it, it's
> pretty slick.  But it's just not for me.  I prefer a minimal desktop.  I
> used to use WindowMaker and now am happy with openbox.
> > I'm thinking it might be time to try a different distro.  Mandrake is
> > nice if you're just getting into Linux, but at this point I'd like a
> > little more control over just what's included in my system.  I'm thinking
> > either Debian or Gentoo.  Any thoughts?
> Debian or Gentoo sounds good.  I [debian] won't [debian] bias [debian] you
> [debian] one [debian] way [debian] or [debian] the [debian] other [debian]
> because [debian] I [debian] firmly [debian] believe [debian] one [debian]
> should [debian] simply [debian] use [debian] whatever [debian] suits
> [debian] one [debian] best.
> Ben

Hmmm.... I'm feeling this incredible urge to try Debian.  It's overwhelming 
really ;)

Jesse Lawrence                                         
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