ed@Mint wrote:Hi, just wanted to make a suggestion.
I know firefox and thunderbird form a nice duo for browsing and mailing, but since this is a KDE edition, why not use Kmail instead of thunderbird ?
I would not recommend to use Konqueror instead of firefox (though it's a great browser) because firefox is still (to my taste) a little superior to Konqueror.
(Just talking about web browsing here, otherwise i just love konqueror as file manager and all-in-one tool !)
And by the way, why not use Koffice instead of open office ?
I think koffice is a really nice office suite, fully compatible with ODF, and very promising for it's upcoming version 2.0.
This is it.
Continue the great work you've done with Daryna KDE CE, you guys rock
akshunj wrote:I think KMail is even integrated with KOffice as part of KDE's PIM suite, isn't it?
jpedrosa wrote:You can't say the Koffice suports all formats in a reasonable way ... with this graph from the guys at Koffice
has you can see there stilla lot of suported formats on the ** rank, and you can also read what ** means
ed@Mint wrote:I think that "Qt-ify" or "KDE-ify" applications such as OpenOffice or Mozilla stuff would more or less be equal to KDE making their own applications
That is way beyond a few function calls to adjust...
And i think it's nice they're making things their way.
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