rashkae wrote:At a minimum, making the bottom border a few pixels wide (as it was previously) at least makes it easy to grab a bottom corner of a window resize....
rhY wrote:BLEW MY MIND. Literally the best looking, cleanest, fastest, most solid OS I have seen EVER on any hardware.
Completely blown away.
Other than not including VLC as the default video player, I literally cannot think of an improvement. It is mind-numbingly good. Microsoft and Apple should be absolutely ******** themselves. I already switched half my clients over to Mint and Gmail from Windows and Outlook. The other half are already jealous. Now they're going to jump ship too.
PHENOMENAL. Thank you for your work.
What gives on VLC? It's OBVIOUSLY about 100x any other video player in every way. Is it stupid **** countries like the US slowing it's implementation due to some codec bull?
Smiff2 wrote:BopNiblets wrote:When you click on the taskbar clock for the calendar, it appears halfway up the screen instead of down above the clock, anyone else have that?
yes, i meant to report that!
is this the place for actual bug reports, or is there somewhere better? is Clem reading this?
Smiff2 wrote:"calender in wrong place" thing didn't happen 2nd time i booted mint on same machine.
res was 1440x900 btw
also, we're criticising the theme but i noticed the radiance/ambience themes in ubuntu also have a 1 pixel handle on some windows e.g. console. so it's not all Mint-X's fault!
candtalan wrote:Live CD installer bug
I posted here earlier, and I am not sure if this is the appropriate place for this? Where should I post to get attention of the Devs of RC please? Being a bug in the Live CD installer, then if someone stumbles onto it as I did, they will get their drive trashed.
'https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-relea ... bug/659106
if carried into mint you could lose existing OS installs.' that is.. really bad. beyond bad.
thanks for the warning since i would likely have hit this.
what other ways are there to install ubuntu/mint?
Smiff2 wrote:can't really understand you sorry, but if mint can't include a bug fixed installer, it should have a massive warning telling user what not to use! or, a fixed installer..
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