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SUSE Style for KDE Desktop

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In KDE 3.5 there was the option to set up the menu with the option "change menu to SUSE style" but it is not available in openSUSE 11.2 M4 KDE 4.2.95, are there plans to implement it or it will not be available anymore?, I think that the SUSE style is better than the KDE style.

I think this feature is a must in openSUSE because a lot of people including me use this style in their desktop and are use to it, it is more practical than the default KDE Classic or Kickoff styles.


icons/user_comment.png S. B. wrote: (9 years ago)

What do you consider "SUSE Menu Style"? It's available as part of KDE4 and you can switch between "Kickoff Menu Style" and "Classic Menu Style" via context menu of start button as before.

icons/user_comment.png E. S. wrote: (9 years ago)

SUSE Menu style and Kickoff Menu style are similar but different, the way the files are shown in konqueror and the desktop itself are differents

In these photos you can see some differences

SUSE Style




Kickoff Style




icons/user_comment.png L. L. wrote: (9 years ago)

I do not see any interesting differences in the pictures.

icons/user_comment.png E. S. wrote: (9 years ago)

There are cosmetic and practical differences, SUSE Style pictures were taken from KDE 3.5 and Kickoff Style pictures were taken from KDE 4.29.

I have been using SUSE Style since the beginig, it is practical, you can find kickoff a little difficult to use, specially if you come from the Windows world, and SUSE Style makes the difference between openSUSE and other distros like Fedora, that also has his own style.

icons/user_comment.png A. J. wrote: (9 years ago)

Please discuss with the kickoff team upstream.

Last change: 9 years ago
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