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Old 08-18-2009, 04:11 AM   #31
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I come from Wolvix to slackware and I use slackware only with xfce because KDE is a horrible monster for me. The only KDE-app I am using is k3b because there is no really btk-based competitor.

The most important feature I'm missing in xfce is an easy way to customize menus and apperance but above all I like the lean & fast way of working with slackware and this is much more possible in xfce rather than KDE.
 
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Old 08-19-2009, 01:16 AM   #32
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I come from Wolvix to slackware and I use slackware only with xfce because KDE is a horrible monster for me. The only KDE-app I am using is k3b because there is no really btk-based competitor.

The most important feature I'm missing in xfce is an easy way to customize menus and apperance but above all I like the lean & fast way of working with slackware and this is much more possible in xfce rather than KDE.
yes it's a pity we have to load so much of kde just to use k3b and k9copy.

Absolutelinux has a very loose configuration and uses icewm and menuedit. Menuedit is exactly what xfce needs.
 
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