Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 12th Feb 2012 23:23 UTC
Gnome "One of the things that the GNOME design crew have been focusing on recently is creating a new approach to application design for GNOME 3. We want GNOME applications to be thoroughly modern, and we want them to be attractive and a delight to use. That means that we have to do application design differently to how we've done it in the past."
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by ddc_ on Mon 13th Feb 2012 09:06 UTC
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I actually use GNOME 3.2 and maximize all the windows on my screen (those being Terminal, Epiphany, Evolution and sometimes Totem). So I applaud to the idea of full screen apps (specifically if decorations are still removed in "half screen" mode (when the window is maximized vertically and takes exactly half of the screen horizontally). I have a resolution of 1280x720. I even get irritated with the fact that GNOME Control Center (System Settings) can't be maximized.

That said, I have no idea of what would be those toolbars they talk about. And I won't use that music app.

Edited 2012-02-13 09:06 UTC

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