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Common user interface mistakes in KDE applications, part 2: Dialog layouts

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agateau.wordpress: It is not uncommon to find dialogs which contains tabs, which themselves contain groups, which contain other groups. That’s quite a lot of borders… Not only does it look crowded, it also eats valuable content space. There are a few easy tricks you can use to avoid this issue.

4.6 RC 1 Available, KDE PIM Delayed

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dot.kde.org: Right before Christmas, KDE has published the first candidate for the upcoming release of KDE Platform, Plasma and Applications 4.6. The focus at this stage is on fixing bugs and completing translations and artwork.

KDE Joins Open Invention Network as a Licensee

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openinventionnetwork.com: Open Invention Network (OIN), the company formed to enable and protect Linux, today extended its community with the signing of KDE as a licensee.

Pimp My PIM!

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Software

agateau.wordpress: I worked a bit on some user-interface improvements for kdepim applications. So far I worked on KOrganizer and Akregator.

What has happened to the Dot?

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Web

hanschen.org: Some of you might see a message if you visit dot.kde.org, forum.kde.org or try to edit a page in one of the KDE wikis and wonder what it’s all about. There’s no need to worry.

KDE 4.5.4 for Mandriva, Not Gentoo

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Gentoo
MDV

By popular request: Kopete KIPI plugin

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Software

elpauer.org: Every time I blog about KSnapshot or KIPI, people comment or even e-mail me asking for the same feature: make it possible to send pictures directly to a contact in Kopete.

This week in KWin-GLES

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martin-graesslin.com: Another week is gone and my KWin-GLES branch got further polishing. All developing on the OpenGL ES code is nowadays happening on my notebook using KWin-GLES. So it is already so useable that I can develop on it.

KDE Release Polishing

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nienhueser.de: New KDE versions are released every six months nowadays. Roughly three months are spent on developing new features, the other three are devoted to release preparations. "Why does it take that long?"

What the KDE forums search can do for you

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Web

neverendingo.blogspot: This time i would like to write about a very underestimated feature of the KDE Community Forums, because i am pretty sure most of you don't even know what it can do for you.

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