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  • #61
    Originally posted by cardboard View Post
    It was never properly explained to me why I had to have a 2ft long panel on the screen, and the only useful thing I'm allowed on it is a clock right smack dab in the center.

    I have a 27" monitor, I want my desktop to treat it like a monitor... not a 27" phone.
    hmm, my panel is full of usefull things. i actually removed again some of them cause it felt overloaded. like on gnome 2 and on more or less any other os you can add kind of widgets or here called extensions into it

    though, as this is still a work in prgress regarding feature richness, there aren't too many available yet. but enough for my tast.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by cardboard View Post
      It was never properly explained to me why I had to have a 2ft long panel on the screen, and the only useful thing I'm allowed on it is a clock right smack dab in the center.

      I have a 27" monitor, I want my desktop to treat it like a monitor... not a 27" phone.
      I'm also confused by the top bar... I use GNOME on a 15" laptop and having a top bar (which has very limited functionality) and a maximized application bar (which also has very little functionality) is a terrible waste of screen space. Wouldn't it be wise to merge the two?

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