Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 19th Sep 2007 21:51 UTC, submitted by JCooper
Gnome GNOME 2.20 has been released. "The improvements in GNOME 2.20 include: Improved support for right-to-left languages; desktop search integrated into the file chooser dialog; convenient new features in the Evolution email and calendar client; enhanced browsing of image collections; simplified system preferences; efficient power management and incredibly accurate laptop battery monitoring. Developers receive more help with application development thanks to a new version of the GTK+ toolkit, improved tools, and a great new documentation web site."
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murloc
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2007-03-12

LOL, some things never change, Gnome looks is one of them. If you're even remotely into looks and esthetics you simply don't choose Gnome, because one of the first things you need to do after a fresh install is to spend time changing the way it looks. Why can't the developers stick to under-the-hood-programming and leave the looks to the pro's, designers for example? A typical Linux developer doing the look'n feel thing is a disaster waiting to happen.

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meandean Member since:
2007-09-02

I think I change the way every wm/de looks after a fresh install but that doesn't mean anything is wrong with the default look.

In case you haven't heard it a thousand times before - beauty is subjective.

What glaring example of 'ugliness' is there? Now if it had some of the icewm themes.....well....

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