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    Taking another look at the screenshots, it does...

    Taking another look at the screenshots, it does look like they improved the icon set a lot. Which is great. Good work on that.
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    ..and most users are unfamiliar with (and...

    ..and most users are unfamiliar with (and probably don't care about) pinning windows, or a tooltip toggling (or whatever that '?' button does).. so they shouldn't be there by default.


    i agree....
  3. Don't forget Nimrod (http://nimrod-lang.org/)!

    Don't forget Nimrod!
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    Awesome! As a (happy) KDE user for the last 2.5...

    Awesome! As a (happy) KDE user for the last 2.5 years, this is very exciting. I understand much of the changes are "beneath the surface", but since it looks like at least one KDE team member is...
  5. No it isn't. It's always on the person making the...

    No it isn't. It's always on the person making the claim, and in this case that claim not some offshoot of your strawman, it's "we need more women in IT because ...". I don't work for Cosmopolitan,...
  6. That's just the version they tested against,...

    That's just the version they tested against, surely. They're not going to "support" distro's they haven't actually tested. Doesn't mean the drivers wont work well on my Arch box.
  7. Nice. Release notes look great too, thanks AMD.

    Nice. Release notes look great too, thanks AMD.
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    This looks great! It's almost exactly the...

    This looks great! It's almost exactly the improvements I've said Gnome should have made a long time ago. Only crit is I think the settings/sound should be at the bottom and the app menu at the top....
  9. curious if you where using composting while...

    curious if you where using composting while testing on Xfce?
  10. I need Catalyst for Blender (sculpting),...

    I need Catalyst for Blender (sculpting), especially on my 7850 (and yes, I know I should have bought Nvidia). It's been a year or so since I've tried the open-source drivers really, but last I tried...
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    Yes because incorporating market feedback into...

    Yes because incorporating market feedback into the design, which was the entire goal of the beta units, is clearly and act of "division and desperation" :rolleyes:
  12. Seriously though. Graphics artist and (hobbyist)...

    Seriously though. Graphics artist and (hobbyist) painter here. Used Photoshop. User Painter. Krita is better than both in many ways & on-par in others, especially with the new release. Haven't tried...
  13. Linux by choice, Windows by trade. Even though...

    Linux by choice, Windows by trade. Even though that's only half true (i do a lot of work, even artwork, on Linux) it still means I spend a lot of time in Window and I don't avoid Phoronix while I'm...
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    I disagree with your assessment about games, but...

    I disagree with your assessment about games, but we'll need real facts in order to settle that discussion. The fact is native power is needed often. That is my only point. It seems like you keep...
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    Games are a massive, multi billion dollar...

    Games are a massive, multi billion dollar industry. They're far from the minority, and they are one of biggest popularity drawing apps of any platform. CAD is a different story true, but Art software...
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    Tell that to game devs, or devs who write art...

    Tell that to game devs, or devs who write art software, CAD, etc, etc. Every bit of performance is important, and there's no reason not to have the most you can. The question you should answer is:...
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    First, i never claimed to be well informed about...

    First, i never claimed to be well informed about Firefox OS, only ASM.js. In fact, the very first thing I said about FFOS was "As far as I know", leaving the possibility open for myself to be...
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    I know exactly what ASM.js is, and what it's...

    I know exactly what ASM.js is, and what it's intended for (note my "ASM.js is just a JS bytecode" and "good for web devs" statements). That was completely irrelevant to my point, which was: Why use...
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    Dynamic objects + prototype inheritance +...

    Dynamic objects + prototype inheritance + weak-typing is horribly bug-prone. Not to mention slow as shit and doesn't even a proper concept of modules. You only have access to 31 bit floats (yes, 31...
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    lol. yeah right. "Speedy Javascript" is way...

    lol. yeah right. "Speedy Javascript" is way behind native code, even ASM.js, and until Javascript is.. not Javascript, it will always be so. Performance requires memory control, compile-time type...
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