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  • #81
    Originally posted by BlackStar View Post
    Oh gee, kraftman appears and the thread is derailed to a desktop environment trollfest. Why am I not surprised?
    Ignoring gnome boys as always. And this is KDE thread, so what Blackstar is doing here? Oh, trolling.

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    • #82
      Lol... these threads crack me hard sometimes I LUF THEM!

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      • #83
        Yay, BlackStar is here, so the flaming can go on even after Templar gets banned

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        • #84
          I don't think I were trolling. Actually I was just wrote my experience with both the DE's. I would love to use kde, but right now it just seems too slow for me.

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          • #85
            Originally posted by tball View Post
            I don't think I were trolling. Actually I was just wrote my experience with both the DE's. I would love to use kde, but right now it just seems too slow for me.
            If you're according to my comment I wasn't talking about you of course. You could try Compiz instead of Kwin and then KDE should work as good as Gnome for you.

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            • #86
              Originally posted by kraftman View Post
              If you're according to my comment I wasn't talking about you of course. You could try Compiz instead of Kwin and then KDE should work as good as Gnome for you.
              Good idea.
              I will try that and report back with my experience.
              Also I will test kubuntu maverick on my girlfriends laptop, which has an intel gfx card.

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              • #87
                Okay with intel kde with compositing was definetely faster than on the radeon driver. But you still had to open the start menu a couple of times, before it became fluid. Also maximizing / minimizing windows still doesn't seem that fluid. But all in all a better experience, than with the radeon driver.

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                • #88
                  My ISP is being ghey, so I'm on my mobile phone, but since Blackstart is in the house I know I won't be bored for the next hours or so

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                  • #89
                    Originally posted by tball View Post
                    Okay with intel kde with compositing was definetely faster than on the radeon driver. But you still had to open the start menu a couple of times, before it became fluid. Also maximizing / minimizing windows still doesn't seem that fluid. But all in all a better experience, than with the radeon driver.
                    On my box compiz is much faster then kwin using radeon driver. However, K menu and overall DE is very responsive in both. Maybe kwin triggers some fragile graphic stack parts on your configuration.

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                    • #90
                      Originally posted by kraftman View Post
                      On my box compiz is much faster then kwin using radeon driver. However, K menu and overall DE is very responsive in both. Maybe kwin triggers some fragile graphic stack parts on your configuration.
                      Could be the dbus bug?

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