I, too am very old school and I use the konsole all the time. I don't depend on the right-clicks on the context menus, except for one - Install SRPM" ... and even that I have a shortcut for it. I mostly use bash shortcuts. "txz <filename.ext>" for converting a tar.gz to tar.xz, "rb <name>.spec>" for rpmbuild -ba <name>.spec", etc. Even my entry for %changelog is handled by a simple "csig" and all I have to change is the version-release + the actual changelog.
I first "rb <name>.spec and I get a list of BuildRequires. I copy and paste these to a text file, remove all the extras inside the parenthesis and add a trailing \ at the end of each line. The I select all and Ctrl+c.
On the Konsole, I just type agi then Ctrl+v and I get a more extensive list of what are actually going to be installed for the build. Again, I repeat the process of copy and paste to a text file, remove all the stuff between the parentheses, Ctrl+c, agr on Konsole, Ctrl+v and y to install all that is required.
After the build (whether it is successful or not), I agr Ctrl+v to remove all that was installed. then I type 123 to clean up the SPEC/, SOURCES, BUILD/ BUILDROOT/ and src/tmp leaving only the SRPM and the RPM.
I am used to this and I am looking for a way to cut down the time by quickly removing the extras between the parentheses.
I don't even have yad installed!