Why is it that I went into System Settings, Workspace Appearance, Splash Screen, Get New Themes, chose to install Peace Splash, and get this error message 'Download of "Peace Splash" failed, error The file or folder »mr-brightside.com/Peace-splash.tar.gz
... (truncated)'? Or get this: I chose to download something that I can't remember, click Install, and get this message "The downloaded file is an HTML file. This indicates a link to a website instead of the actual download. Would you like to open the site with the browser instead?" If I choose "Yes," I get something like "Domain 'domainname.com' for sale" which indicates a broken link from the theme installer system.
For my particular "user experience," I'd really like to hit an Install button and be done with it. In other words, the theme installer should take care of the rest. Otherwise, someone who got so interested in KDE and want to try out different themes only to end up with frustration like me would declare KDE as an unfinished product. Well, not really, but I'm expecting a lot more improvements in the theme system when it comes to installing themes. (Sigh) How about calling KDE "half-baked?"
Pardon me with all my rant but am I overly exaggerating? I thought I might share my frustration with others around here.--
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