Gnome replaces Unity
Paul Smith schreef op 14-10-2017 21:34:
> I don't know for sure. But I believe they don't spend much time
> customizing at all. My understanding is that Ubuntu GNOME is pretty
> much vanilla GNOME 3.
> How many think Cinnamon is the best? How many think Mate is the best?
> Who knows? Why does it matter?
Because if it's just 3, then your "real users out there" statement
doesn't mean a lot.
> With my CSS tweak to minimize title bar height, it's great.
Sure I'll believe ya.
But what makes you think I care about desktop environments other than
staying out of my way and facilitating my workflow?
> All my GNOME 3 systems have multiple displays and I have no problems.
>> - difficulty with changing audio device
That was a KDE issue...
> Oh right, that's the third GNOME extension I add: Gnome Shell Audio
> Output Switcher which adds an audio output selector into the system
> so I don't have to open the control panel to do it. Works great.
Seems good. But it needs to be added by default, you know.
> - a calendar that is hardly readable
> The calendar provided by the GNOME 3 panel seems quite readable to me,
> and it displays all my Google calendar appointments, both from my
> personal and work accounts, just fine.
Uh, yeah KDE again.
> The other items you mentioned I didn't understand.
Also KDE ;-).