xenopeek wrote:................Gnome Shell is looking better and better to me
xenopeek wrote:I've also given serious thought to KDE and after having run that on VirtualBox for a while now was initially going to go for Linux Mint 16 KDE. However, the more I used KDE the more it felt like its getting in my way.
xenopeek wrote: I'm eager to try Cinnamon now supporting Gnome CSDs, which should make Gnome applications like Videos and Music be as awesome on Cinnamon as they are on Gnome Shell.
xenopeek wrote: Nemo (top right) I don't know what happened; this is a new user account with default themes -- what's up with the unreadable breadcrumb bar? IMO Nemo has gotten even uglier this time round :
killer de bug wrote:the road to follow is forking
xenopeek wrote:killer de bug wrote:the road to follow is forking
I'm not sure I follow; I thought with Cinnamon 2.0 it was made fully separate from Gnome Shell? What more needs to be forked for Nemo breadcrumb bar to be displayed with readable text in Cinnamon? I'll admit to not being a theme wizard -- I always stick with the default theme... Perhaps I need to install some more themes for Nemo on Cinnamon to work properly?
xenopeek wrote:What do you mean with "window widgets"? As for dumbed down, that's your opinion and you should use whatever works best for you But let me use what works for me. Gnome Shell to me is a distraction free and productive desktop. I get things done efficiently, and I like how it looks.
Is there even one major distro which features Gnome3 as their flagship desktop?
Previous1 wrote:Is there even one major distro which features Gnome3 as their flagship desktop?
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