Re: [kde] Is there a way to get a kde3 color scheme into kde4?

On Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 19:12, James Richard Tyrer<tyrerj@xxxxxxx> wrote:
I fail to see what re sampling has to do with backward compatibility.

Failure to consider backward compatibility is, by definition, a design

No. You can just decide that your system doesn't need to be backwards
compatible for various reasons.
That is not necessarily a bad thing and absolutely not a design error
by definition in all cases.

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