In article <dmv2ak$2knu$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >>>>> http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=28612
> >>>>> KDE: isn't she a beauty?
> >>>> Seriously, you think that screen looks good? Apple is in better shape
> >>>> than I thought if this is the "competition". :-D
> This looks very similar to Brushed/Aqua in Tiger, provided that you ac-
> count for 'lossiness'. Consider this a /demonstration/ of the power of KDE
> -- its ability to adapt, match or emulate merely any other desktop envi-
> ronment once the appropriate bits and bobs and enabled. Functionality at
> the core is key.
You're joking, right?
Seriously, if the above screenshot is as close to Aqua you can get on KDE, it's
a showcase of it being very limited in "emulating" the UI of other operating
Just the spacing between widgets is dreadful in itself.
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