Vincent Vermeulen wrote:Ah, well It is not really in line with the vision of what the Linux Mint developers are trying to do. Linux Mint is trying to give users what is often called the "classical desktop paradigm".
Vincent Vermeulen wrote:That is, a bottom panel with a menu, launchers and applets. Optionally also a top panel.
Vincent Vermeulen wrote: The Cinnamon, MATE, KDE and Xfce editions all implement this in a (somewhat for KDE) similar look.
Vincent Vermeulen wrote: Your screenshots are nice looking, and it is up to each user how to personalize their Linux Mint desktop (if they so desire) from the default provided That default is unlikely to be changed by the Linux Mint developers to something radically different from what most users are used to or expecting.
Vincent Vermeulen wrote:Did you install Enlightenment on top of Linux Mint? You might want to add it to the desktop screenshots topic to show other users instead: viewforum.php?f=214.
Asimov wrote:Creating a fork of Gnome will be a great opportunity to fix the limitation of Gnome.
Vincent Vermeulen wrote:Asimov wrote:Creating a fork of Gnome will be a great opportunity to fix the limitation of Gnome.
MATE is a fork of Gnome 2. Cinnamon is a fork of Gnome 3 Shell. So that part is covered Not sure what the "4! *3 commands" are though, or if indeed this is added to MATE or Cinnamon. All that said, if Enlightenment can do all these things, why not use Enlightenment? Use whatever works best for you
( i am referring to all the combination that you could make with: shift and Crtl and Win and Alt: Factorial 4 * 3 buttons)Not sure what the "4! *3 commands" are though
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