Xfce Digest, Vol 9, Issue 27

SnapafunFrank Frank at snapafun.co.nz
Sat Aug 21 08:25:31 CEST 2004

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>Today's Topics:
>   1. Re: Switching from KDE (Dan Gordon)
>   2. Re: Switching from KDE (purslow at sympatico.ca)
>   3. Re: Switching from KDE (Dan Gordon)
>Message: 1
>Date: Fri, 20 Aug 2004 04:52:31 -0400
>From: Dan Gordon <dgordon8 at cogeco.ca>
>Subject: Re: Switching from KDE
>To: kacoroski at comcast.net,	XFCE general discussion list
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>Message-ID: <200408200452.32038.dgordon8 at cogeco.ca>
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>On Friday 20 August 2004 03:05 am, Chris Kacoroski wrote:
>>I am seriously considering switching from KDE because I have found
>>that I rarely use any of the KDE apps any more except for quanta. 
>>What are people's choices for a web development tool like quanta or
>>does quanta work well with Xfce?  Also, my kids like the KDE
>>education stuff.  Does that work well with Xfce?
>Quanta works fine under xfce,  Also the edu stuff works just fine.  In 
>fact most kde and gnome stuff works well under xfce.
>Dan Gordon
I agree, quanta is OK and does work under Xfce. If you care to look at 
something else though, try Nvu. It is open source and multi-platformed - 
nice to take back to the dreaded M$ side when you need to be there. 
Syntax on............



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