bimsebasse wrote:Expo comes up if your mouse enters the top left corner of your screen or if you hit ctrl+alt+up - I haven't heard of it just popping up randomly before.
Fooling around in the menu I have seen that Top-Left Hot Corner option. I have disabled but the issue remains and I am 100% certain that when the Expo screen poped up the mouse was not in the top left corner. I tried to reproduce it by moving around the mouse the edges but when I want to trigger this Expo screen, I could not get it poping up! May be this has to do with some timing + gesture. In anyway, it is UNACCEPTABLE to guess what the user wanted based on mouse position or gesture and just trigger an action. The machine has no idea of what I want. Since I have learnt that this Workspace selector screen is named Expo, I have found that there is an applet named "Expo" which can be placed on the panel. How hard is that to let the user click on that Expo button? Look like the developers could not resist the temptation thinking they know better what the user wants. That was the main reason of Gnome 3 GUI debacle. Now LinuxMint is following the same trend. LM Dev Team would save more time if these stupid automatic "smart" actions were removed.
bimsebasse wrote:In Login Window you add the names of the users you want to appear in the login screen - Mint always chooses customisability over simplicity. LightDM is simple and elegant but you can't customize it. MDM is the most customizable login manager for Gnome right now.
I spend very little time in the login screen. Practical is still better than customization in my case. I have clicked on anything clickable on that default MDM login screen. I didn't see anything that allows to add user names. If the concept of MDM is customizable, then how come it doesn't have the Theme option directly in the login screen?
An in general, the organization of various Settings is a mess in this release. System Settings, Cinnamon Settings, Menu - Preferences - Login Screen. It would be much simpler if all Settings are grouped into a single Settings screen.