bimsebasse wrote:ac, you are one of legio. I filed a "improved theme handling" feature request on Cinnamon's developer hub long time ago but it was quickly closed. For some reason it's a complete blind spot among developers, not recognized as the major cause of confusion and frustration it is.
acw89 wrote:Found yet another thing about Cinnamon that is a bit annoying.
On the panel going left to right, we have the Quick Launch area, the Windows List area and the notification area.
I have noticed that as applications that are minimized collect in the Windows List area, they do not scale down
but will start to overlap the Quick Launch area. If I have 5 programs minimized I am fine, but as soon as I
open up and minimize the 6th program, the Quick Launch ends up getting covered.
I would assume this is a function of Cinnamon, but wonder if it could be a fault of the Theme I am using.
If someone knows a fix for this I would appreciate it. I looked everywhere I could think of feeling this might
be a setting I need to change, but to no avail.
acw89 wrote:Just seems like when you change things .. other things get changed that make no sense and then you can not easily change them back
eejd wrote:Where can I find he setting to prevent screen blanking?
nomko wrote:When i open the Cinnamon menu, i see more entries than in the menu editor.
ingeva wrote:Well, I really don't know. I stopped using it a long time ago. Looks too much like Windows and Mac, I guess. MATE is nice though - as long as it may last.
seckford wrote:I can live with most of the defaults, although the inability to organise the panel layout is annoying,
and so are the (non) scrolling menus.
The real snag is the lack of fixed window positions in Nemo; I hope that's added sometime soon.
However, although Cinnamon isn't as good as Gnome 2, it's way, way ahead of anything else around.
iamcross wrote:I don't like the fact that the menu opens too slow.
Also, I dislike the bar that adds at the top of every window. It consumes too much space.