HelloIndustries wrote:I'm still using Mint 11 with Gnome 2.x, entirely due to feeling that Cinnamon isn't quite ready for my liking. I have every confidence that by the time mint 13 is released, cinnamon will be ready enough for me.
craig10x wrote:claudecat...if you haven't already, i would suggest you try Cinnamon session on your Mint 12 installation...you might like that...when i first installed Mint 12 i was using MGSE but once Cinnamon became available i added it and it's become my favorite "default" session for Mint 12...each new version (which you get through update manager) brings new features and more flexibility...even as it is now, it is a pleasure to work with...so why not give it a try?
heavy metal wrote:Linuxmint 12 LXDE, you forgot that in your poll, why mint LXDE? because for me, the applications works better than in Gnome 3, KDE or Unity, the only regret is that K3B doesn't recognize the normalize-audio function, but that happens in all distros made from debian.
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