latinomanz wrote:If that change better? if so, then we can incorporate it regardless of where it comes from, if not then no need to copy. It is a no brainer to know when a GUI is overall better than other in terms of look and performance.
latinomanz wrote:Hey buddy, I am just giving ideas, I aint gun pointing anyone nor they are my employees.
latinomanz wrote:For example, now I am stuck with the wrong time on my computer and I cant change using the GUI it and it looks like I have to use some Terminal commands in order to change it I am not gonna read about it, if I can find a GUI I am not using the Terminal, simply I refuse to and if there point arrives in which I have to many unfixed things that are only fixable using the Terminal then I will go back to Windows so see, why do I have to use the GUI just to change time, something as simple as that, so I dont think it is linux mints idea to make me waste my precious time googling endlessly for a command to change the time because that would be absurd.
latinomanz wrote:Mine is not working, I dont know what it is...
latinomanz wrote:Lol I have a BSc in computer science and I am a full time programmer, it is not about having skills, it is about making things easier to use, there is no need to google endlessly if everything is provided in a nice GUI.
latinomanz wrote: but compared to Windows or MAC it looks and feels old and obsolete, so if you want to make it mainstream you will have to fix the GUI.
What do you guys think?
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