To stay in the business, you gotta be realistic,
but I will be idealistic for the rest of my life.
— Tony Brown
All photos in this gallery are released under GPL v2. Attribution would be greatly appreciated.
It bothers me that KDE IM Contacts logs you out when you close the main window, and there’s no GUI to change this behavior. The “fix” is simple, just edit
~/.kde/share/config/ktp-contactlistrc and change
go_offline_when_closing value to
Source: KDE Forums
Ternyata slogannya emang asli banget, ga ngecewain. Kuenceng, murah, stabil! Dengan modem pas-pasan dan sinyal paling tinggi 40%, gw bisa dapet segini nih:
I’m not really sure if this feature is part of KDE SC 4.8, but it’s so cool and I feel like I have to write about it here
See the screenshot above? KDE’s default taskbar is now more powerful than ever! Right clicking on a taskbar item now gives you the ability to start a new instance of that application, and add a launcher of that application to the taskbar when it’s not running.
I know, it’s pretty similar to what Windows 7 offers, except (IMO) it’s waay cooler. In Windows 7, if you pinned an application to the taskbar, it will only show an icon, without the application name/window title, no matter the state of the application is (running or not). In KDE, well, you guessed it, if the application is not currently running, an icon will be added to the taskbar, and it will disappear when it’s launched.
If you really want Windows 7’s taskbar in KDE, you can install this plugin
Did you know that Midori is way ahead of Chrom(e|ium) (and Firefox for that matter), and just slightly behind Opera in term of HTML5 input types support?