Silent Warrior wrote:Heh, speaking of breaking the desktop, I just broke Gnome 3/Shell. I guess that's enough of testing that thing, for me.
I can kind of understand what the author of that article means, though. While I could manage without min-/maximize-buttons, the shutdown-option was a remarkably heavy loss. I had to log out, and shut down from the display manager. Well, since I fell back to KDM when GDM got... a bit too funky from the experimentation, I'd probably have to do that anyway, but still. Maybe not a deal-breaker, but the likelyhood of me adopting Gnome Shell will increase markedly with an option to shutdown completely from inside Gnome...
dawgdoc wrote:jeffreyC wrote:I saw this and it makes me glad I use Xfce
What do you think of his conclusion? I am willing to switch to Gnome 3, but I have some of the same reservations re: right click, multiple windows in focus, etc.Don't mistake conservative for inefficient. I just want my efficiency. Can you promise that? If not, then we shall have to part ways. Unfortunately, Gnome 3 does not have what it takes to be my desktop. And so we say goodbye. For now. Linux Mint, let's hope you can deliver. Like Princess Leia says: Help me, Linux Mint, you're my only hope.
Dr.m0x wrote:Can you still have desktop effects like compiz in gnome 3?
“I think it would be a good option for all people who don’t like the new desktop style of Unity or Gnome Shell, which both don’t have a classic taskbar anymore.”
dawgdoc wrote:While surfing OMGUbuntu I saw a proposal from an Ubuntu user regarding a design addition to the AWN taskbar to give it an option to appear as a panel.“I think it would be a good option for all people who don’t like the new desktop style of Unity or Gnome Shell, which both don’t have a classic taskbar anymore.”
http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2011/03/awn- ... ll-circle/
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