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The Switch to KDE : Day 3

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Well I am happy to report that my third day with KDE has shaped up better than the second. I’ll admit that by the end of yesterday I was just counting the days until I could switch back. Today is a different story.

Now that I’ve resolved some of my main concerns things are shaping up well. Klipper “actions” is quite cool although all I’m using it for so far is to get links out of konsole. What are some of the other cool features I should know about?

I still really like katapult. Sweet idea. Can this be run in gnome without the bulk of the KDE library installed?

So here is what I am using regularly.

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