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Old 07-25-2012, 12:10 PM   #1
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LXer: Searching for Search in KDE


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Many tell me that the default search tool, Kfind; is just spiffy.No it's not. Putting in the search string "music" and setting it up to search my home folder should have a least triggered a response for the music folder within Home.It didn't. It told me there was nothing referring to "music" in my home folder.Uh, yes there is.Kfind insisted that there wasn't.We are still at odds over this. But more so, I need a good search client for my desktop. Kfind is Kfired.

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