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Old 03-18-2008, 03:40 PM   #1
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LXer: KDE 4.1 to bring back Konqueror tree view, other goodies


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When I wrote about file managers in my review of KDE 4.0, I noted that several important features had been removed from Konqueror, including the tree-based detailed view. Many power users regard the tree view as the most effective mode for advanced file management and mourned the loss of this feature. Developer Peter Penz reports that the tree view has been restored and that it will be fully functional in time for the KDE 4.1 release.

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