Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 28th Sep 2012 20:44 UTC
Gnome "Today, the GNOME Project celebrates the release of GNOME 3.6, the latest version of the popular free desktop, as well as the GNOME developer platform. GNOME 3.6 is the third major update of GNOME 3. It builds on the foundations that we have laid with the previous 3.x releases and offers a greatly enhanced experience. The exciting new features and improvements in this release include a new login experience, integrated input methods, a refresh of the message tray, support for more online accounts, improved accessibility, and many more."
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Instead of modes, I really like virtual desktops way more.

The implementations that exist are not perfect, e.g. I would like if applications would startup on the virtual desktop were you started it (double-click, terminal, whatever), but overally, I liked the my GNOME2, with 4x2 permament desktops.

Now I am not using virtual desktops anymore at all, because I permanently have to fight against GNOME3 creating and closing new desktops.

I am still homeless.

The argument is no longer "I choose Linux/Desktop because I love it the most", it has seriously become "I choose Linux/Desktop because it is the least evil" (mathematically the same, but you get it).

Edited 2012-10-01 11:39 UTC

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satsujinka Member since:

I've never found DE virtual desktops to be particularly useful. In fact, whenever I use KDE, GNOME, or Xfce I turn them off.

Conversely, when using dwm I use tags all the time (I even set up apps to use specific ones.)

I wonder why my behavior is so different, it's not like KDE, GNOME, etc. have hard to use virtual desktops... I just find that I don't use them.

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