Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sun 22nd Apr 2007 02:30 UTC
GTK+ FreeSoftwareMagazine has an article about burning software available for Gnome. Two more interesting choices are the GTK-based Graveman! and Nero which released NeroLinux 3.0 beta very recently.
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Gnome burning
by WereCatf on Sun 22nd Apr 2007 12:32 UTC
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I haven't yet installed any CD burning apps besides Nautilus which works just fine, but I'm just looking for some easy-to-use solution for also burning audio CDs with support for CD-TEXT. Nautilus is just perfect for everything else, it's so easily available whenever I need it, it's simple, fast and integrated too.. And since it can burn .bin/.cue and .iso files, I don't have need for anything else =)

But about k3b.. A lot of people here says it's simply THE app to use, but I just gotta say I disagree.. It may have lots of functionality, but since it's a QT app it doesn't look and feel familiar on my GNOME desktop..

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RE: Gnome burning
by superstoned on Mon 23rd Apr 2007 18:04 in reply to "Gnome burning"
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It's weird you don't pick an app because it looks different, even though the competition sucks... I prefer KDE apps, but I use amule anyway. In KDE, of course, we have the luxury of the GTK-QT theme, so the Gnome apps look like KDE apps, but you could also choose a KDE theme which looks similair to your gnome theme. Besides, most Gnome desktops have a mix of Gnome and plain-gtk apps, some don't follow the guidelines anyway, so you won't have a perfect consistent desktop anyway...

Still KDE and Gnome are both ahead in consistency on Win and Mac ;-)

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