that's the highest it goes?
|wolsni||piztek: current kde is 3.5.6|
|Jucato||on sarge, yes (I think)|
|piztek||maybe i'll install testing|
that's bogus it doesn't update
|Jucato||that's the whole point of debian stable afaik|
|wolsni||that is what the 'stable' means|
|piztek||well 3.2 it is then|
|AMorozov||Jucato: I'd say the pitiful whole point :-)|
|action||wolsni considers arguing debian's side|
|wolsni||considers arguing debian's side|
|Jucato||I don't think it's pitiful though|
|AMorozov||Well, I know, I know. Someone could call it rock stable|
well, I'm sorry, I didn't wish to enter into distrowars, really.
|wolsni||that was a distrowar?|
|AMorozov||No, just kidding|
Actually I came to ask the following thing: I've upgraded to 3.5.6 few days ago, and /it seems/ konqy became well, a bit slower than the one from 3.5.5 on few sites.
that is, maybe it's not slower, just renders pages /strangely/.
|wolsni||AMorozov: example site(s) ?|
|AMorozov||well, actually at the moment I can provide only few news sites in Russian. You don't need to understand the content, but rather pay attention on how the new pages are rendered.|
then scroll down to the bottom of the article and then choose some other article on the right.
|wolsni||AMorozov: unless there's supposed to be a left sidebar, that looks all right to me|
|AMorozov||When you clicked on a second article link, the _current_ article is redisplayed for a few ticks, and only then a new page arrives.|
|action||wolsni doesn't consider that a problem|
|wolsni||doesn't consider that a problem|
maybe someone else can help
|AMorozov||wolsni: but have you noticed that?|
... at all?
|Jucato||#khtml can probably help|
|wolsni||AMorozov: yes, my konqueror acts that way|
At least I can be sure that it's not my personal setup fault or smth.
|Simkin||anyone know a way to use konqueror to just print some html out to a ps file from a script? (so you could call it like konqueror < file.html > printout.ps)|
|AMorozov||thank you for the help, have to get back to the kids|
|wolsni||Simkin: if such a thing exists, you can find it with kdcop|
|Jucato||Simkin: Location -> Print -> Print to file?|
|wolsni||kdcop == graphical browser of scriptable operations for kde apps|
|Simkin||Jucato: yah, but i want to call it from a script.|