Posted: Mon 03 Feb 2014, 15:10 Post_subject:
stand alone Kate, Kolourpaint, and Klipper.
Kate is a text editor that allows multiple text windows to be visible simultaneously; kolourpaint's a good mspaint clone; i'm not sure that klipper is really any better than parcellite or glipper--it certainly has a big ass user's manual though. so these are my gentle requests: i can use them through a converted sfs, but closing the warning boxes about theoretically linked programs not being found is a bit annoying (mostly a Kate issue). is there anyway to get these KDE apps to not care that they're not being run from KDE?
They all require many qt and kde libs -whether the KDE desktop is running, or not.
it doesn't seem to need the things it's asking for at start up, it just always warns me they're missing. not a big deal. if it really starts to bother me, i guess i could just go the full sfs route (only 99mb).
there's a lot of emphasis here on getting things small and efficient; i guess i was hoping some bored expert would hotrod the stuff, but it really does seem kde is thoroughly intertwined with itself...