__/ [[_ '] |_| (_] ]_ |_| (_]] on Thursday 01 September 2005 02:31 \__
> "] |_| (_] _['' _['' ]-" /_\ |/_ [. FrozenNorth:
>>>> o Is your computer possibly affected by virii, spyware or whatever it
>>>> Windows users suffer from these days?
>>> Nice page, Roy - lotta cool projects
Thank you, "] |_| (_] _['' _['' ]-" /_\ |/_ [! *smile*
>>> BTW, does KNode/0.7.2 do binaries well? Do you use another reader for
>>> binaries/not do binaries?
>>> Just curious.
I hear that binaries support in KNode is inferior to that of Pan. I have
considered upgrading to Pan for a while, but I have too many dependencies
on KNode. *frown*
>> I'm using Knode 0.9.2, binary support sucks, use Pan for that, just can't
>> get used to it for text groups.
> I use Pan for all things Usenet, at all times - It is so wonderful!
> KNode looks nice, but I couldn't deal with lack of binary support.
> The KDE people keep sharpening their tools though - soon come, eh?
This reminds me of the new KDE Light screenshot gallery at OSDir. It was
released this morning/last night. Forks can be an implication of strength.
Roy S. Schestowitz | "No, I didn't buy that from eBay"
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