[CentOS] Recommendation for HTML editor (a better approach?)

Scot L. Harris webid at cfl.rr.com
Wed Sep 21 18:15:59 UTC 2005

On Wed, 2005-09-21 at 13:53, Dave Gutteridge wrote:
> > Sorry if this was already suggested, but Quanta plus will do what you
> > are asking. 
> I'm still considering all the options people are presenting. But I
> wondered about Quanta plus in that if it's tied to KDE, won't it require
> that I download a billion different KDE packages? And isn't there a CPU
> cost in running a KDE program in Gnome?
> Last time I did this, I tried to install Amarok and it seemed to install
> KDE and make it my default desktop without me even wanting it to. I
> tried working within KDE for a while, just to see how I liked it, and
> decided I preferred Gnome.
> So while Quanta looks appealing, is it really feasible to run it in
> Gnome?

I have not had any problems on my systems here.  I prefer gnome as
well.  Quanta used to be a separate package but now it is part of
kdewebdev package.  

I have two systems here running gnome as the default desk top and I have
quanta loaded.

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