Yeah that's ok.I mentioned to someone else here, that KDE 4 is soooo different, and not up to par. Doing focus-follows-mouse crashes KDE. In fact, I have to logout go on console rm -rf ~/.kde, then I can login to KDE again. Sounds are not working as they supposed to... I turned them off.. yet, they continue to sound. The general UI experience has been unpredictable. I do one thing, and something happens, and just when I think I am doing the same thing, something different happens (particularly with the menu). Digital artifacts are all over my screen when I close windows. I delete icons from my desktop, and they reappear when I log back in, etc.
KDE 4 is not up to par. It's been the worst 24 hours of my life... I am using XFCE for now... well, it was a good 10 years while it lasted. I'll check in from time to time with KDE to see the progress.
But it's going to take some getting used to XFCE because I literally have to figure out how to do my work at work again, b/c of all the shortcuts and key press shortcuts, icons, etc I had configured in KDE. But the thing is that at least I can use XFCE, which is more than I can say for KDE4.
I guess the alternative is to download the sources foe KDE 3.5 and recompile from scratch into /usr/local/kde, and editing ~/.xinitrc Actually, that's a good idea.
I never thought of that.