Exactly what I was thinking. Now I have a thread that's supposedly started by me, that started with 2 sentences about KDE, as part of a much more positive discussion. Those two, polite, simple sentences, that had little to nothing to do with describing KXStudio in part, or as a whole. But falkTX took it personally, and you seem to as well anytime anyone says something about KDE. All I basicly hear from you is that I should rephrase my problems with KDE? I'm giving a detail description of what's wrong. Why does it need to be more simply rephrased. I thought I spelled it out so that it could not be misinterpreted. I'm wondering, if me testing KDE 4.10 is even worth it. As soon as I find more things I don't like, and post anything about it, we're going to degenerate to this again. I never wanted the "distinction" of owning this thread to begin with.wolftune wrote: Please give me the benefit of the doubt and drop your defensiveness.
Grayson..apparently you and everyone is missing the point of my example. It's 1 example I had off the top of my head. It's more steps than other desktops, and not well worded, as I found MANY of the settings in KDE to be.
(Gnome and LXDE for example and most are the same)
1.)Right-Click on desktop
2.)Left click on 'Change Desktop Background.'
Why is KDE's instructions THE ONLY one in all the desktops that's more complicated than these steps?
This board has a way of taking all the fun out of life sometimes.