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"Why? Well I think that when you are too close to a project you stop seeing it's defects, using KPK was so natural to me (since I knew it all) that I didn't see a point in changing much of it, although I had some bug wishes most of them were minor fixes. After leaving KPK I started to close more attention on people using it, and started to take note of everything.

"For example, a dude that works with me was going to update his packages, on the update ui there was a button written "Refresh", this is not too bad for english but could be made clearer, in Brazilian Portuguese "Refresh" can be translated as "Update" which is ok for those who knows that it updates the list, but my friend thought it would Update his packages…

"Another annoying thing was the search line edit, in small screens it get too small to type because of a check box next to it, which was too wide..."

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