#kde - Mon 26 Feb 2007 between 12:24 and 12:30

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apokryphosDaSkreech: tabs aren't enabled by default
srednathey are not even in the core app
benJImankwrite is easier to use if you're not editing many files at once
apokryphosbenJIman: my argument is forget kwrite and have just kate.
benJImanI use both kwrite and kate, mostly kwrite
Jucatoaside from the tabs/panels, there's barely any difference to kwrite and kate's UI
benJImanonly kate if I'm working on > 4 files at a time
apokryphosI don't see how kwrite gives you an advantage if you've got only one file...
DesintegrI use Kate with code files, and KWrite with config files :)
apokryphoskate just seems better when you do in fact have more
Desintegr: why?
Desintegrdifficult to explain :)
benJImankate has twice the menus, a terminal and sidebar etc
JucatoI use kate for all because it was the default. I never knew about kwrite until I read about it. and I couldn't seem to understand why there's a need for a "stripped down" version... it's not like Konqueror, is it?
srednabenJIman: kate has plugins that are not available to kwrite, mostly tools that makes sense for a MDI app, but also different sorts of handy stuff such as text snippets, external tools, etc
benJImanYou don't need any sort of MDI for what most people use text editors for
JucatobenJIman: I said minus the panels.. and talking about UI
apokryphosterminal button; no terminal by default. I don't think the taskbar is confusing either
srednalol, lets move things around some more :-9
apokryphosseems unjustifiable to me to have a whole new app that just has a few less menus and no sidebar (which is only made up of two sidebar-buttons anyway)
tuxickJucato: ever tried "view source" in konqueror?
benJImanI use kwrite far more than kate
It's just easier to use
tuxickit's insanely show
apokryphosJucato: I pretty much agree.
Jucatotuxick: show?
apokryphosbenJIman: what makes it easier to use? :/
tuxickslow
apokryphosany actual use-case?
actionn8k99 never uses kwrite
n8k99never uses kwrite
Jucatotuxick: we're talking about KDE 4 here... there is no "slow" :D
tuxickJucato: aha! can't wait to see that then
i always wondered why i had to wait like 10 seconds just to view html source
benJImanWell for example,. the MDI switching buttons push ones I actually use off the toolbars, I could of course remove them, then there is the whole sessions thing that gets in the way when I just want to edit a file
Jucatolike I said, unless there are performance/technical advantages to kwrite over kate in KDE 4, imho it's not a good change...
how does the session thing get in the way?
benJImanit comes up and asks what session to use
Jucatodistro defaults
doesn't do that in Kubuntu. hence no problem
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