Robin wrote:I think I like PCManFM better than Thunar thus far, and it's no problem using it in Xfce either.
richyrich wrote:Xfce is boring ? ? ?
mintnoob wrote:One of the reasons I didn't like LXDE was because PCmanfm didn't have a video thumbnailer. I read how a lot of people who use LXDE install Thunar instead. PCmanfm's maker should include a video thumbnailer.
mintnoob wrote:If any Xfce developers are reading this, one other little grumble I had was adding apps to the panel was a pain. I know drag&drop to the panel might add too much weight to it's speed, but it could really use an easier method of adding apps to the panel.
vrkalak wrote:I am a member of the Xfce Forums and, also, subscribe to the Xfce Mailing List ... the Xfce Devs are well aware of this. Hopefully, they listen to their members and read all the 'bug' reports.
cyberfella wrote:i loved the linux mint 7 xfce community edition, it was solid as a rock, never crashed or did random weird things and everything worked. 8 doesn't. i've lost my "start button" off the panel, the screen goes blank and hangs the session, and theres no "skip all" option in thunar when merging lots of files, unlike gnome. gutted. i love xfce, but its back to gnome for me cos 8 doesn't behave itself.
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