Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 4th Jun 2006 13:01 UTC
Gnome I enjoy using many different desktop environments and operating systems. On a day-to-day basis, I use Finder, Explorer, GNOME, and KDE. They all have their good sides, but obviously, they have their fair share of bad sides as well. The next couple of columns will be about the latter. This week, I take a look at whatever bothers me about Ubuntu's GNOME/Linux combination (Dapper, obviously).
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by nick8325 on Sun 4th Jun 2006 18:28 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: @2"
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1. You cannot define panels in a number of your choice. One or two, that's it.

What? Right-click->new panel adds a new panel. It makes as many as you like ;)

2. Yes, you can add thingies, did I write you can't? I have written such a comment about panels in Xfce to inform people who don't know how it is organized in that DE. Not everybody uses/knows Xfce.

Sorry, I misunderstood. I thought that as you said panels were why you switched to Xfce, you thought you couldn't do that in mistake.

4. Finally, please, next time try to read what is written. Don't defend Gnome, where no one is attacking.

I wasn't trying to defend it - I was just trying to correct what I thought was a mistake. Never mind, I seem to have got the wrong end of the stick.

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