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    True, however it does make me wonder what else...

    True, however it does make me wonder what else they could be doing. I'm sure the whole thing has undermined the confidence of others in Lenovo, regardless if it is their ThinkPad or consumer lines.
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    I agree, the decline in build quality between my...

    I agree, the decline in build quality between my T61 and X230 is noticeable, but IMO the same can be said with most laptop brands. The biggest issue I have with Lenovo is the whole Superfish affair....
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    I doubt it.

    I doubt it.
  4. Is really a good idea to impose some...

    Is really a good idea to impose some programmers/designers ideas upon a user, especially when it is against the norm? Definitely not.

    Likewise the reliance on GNOME extensions is shaky at best,...
  5. To me the Shell's extension mechanism seems to be...

    To me the Shell's extension mechanism seems to be more of a hack and a token gesture. I'd much rather see the classic panel based approach to customisation instead of having to write JavaScript...
  6. Cluttered toolbars are an issue, however I'd...

    Cluttered toolbars are an issue, however I'd argue that removing menus is a retrograde step, it essentially hides functionality from the end user and doesn't allow for summarising the functionality...
  7. Unless the sample size is large enough (i.e. more...

    Unless the sample size is large enough (i.e. more than 15 participants) then I'd say the results wouldn't be statistically significant. Given how pervasive the App Menu/Single menus are becoming in...
  8. This is where paradigms and metaphors come in,...

    This is where paradigms and metaphors come in, because many people can take their existing knowledge and understanding of the real word and re-apply it to using a computer. Likewise, there has been...
  9. Hmm Horton is that you?

    Hmm Horton is that you?
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    Its fantastic to see ongoing development of RISC...

    Its fantastic to see ongoing development of RISC OS, especially given that it is the original OS for the ARM platform. Ah the memories :D
  11. That isn't true, Microsoft performed usability...

    That isn't true, Microsoft performed usability testing during the development of Windows 95, and the evolution of the UI is quite obvious if you look at the various builds of Windows Chicago (the...
  12. IMO this is the fundimental issue with GTK+ these...

    IMO this is the fundimental issue with GTK+ these days, it's development is so tightly coupled to GNOME that it makes it unsutable for use on other platforms, and increasingly for other Linux...
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    I can't figure out why they haven't renamed it, I...

    I can't figure out why they haven't renamed it, I mean companies will change their name in a heartbeat to disassociate themselves from anything negative they or their namesake have done.
  14. I don't think many IT departments would be happy...

    I don't think many IT departments would be happy with anything like that. As dee noted above, what happens if you loose your work phone or drop it? Will the phone (and peripherals) be easy to...
  15. Sounds a lot like Plasma Active...

    Sounds a lot like Plasma Active.
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    I fail to see your point, GTK+ releases are not...

    I fail to see your point, GTK+ releases are not in sync with other products that use it, i.e. XFCE, GIMP etc. Your clutching at straws... again.
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    I don't get how moving on to Qt 5 is a bad thing....

    I don't get how moving on to Qt 5 is a bad thing. It is just like people migrating to GTK+ 3 form version 2.

    Regarding KF5, I thought the main aim of KF5 was to make it easier for App developers...
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    Then why is it included in the installation...

    Then why is it included in the installation media? It would be absolutely crazy for a company to ship something to paying customers that they don't support. Likewise if they didn't give a toss, again...
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    Huh? Yup, burning bridges with the...

    Huh?



    Yup, burning bridges with the community, then having to cave in (only just) as their product isn't good enough for paying customers. BTW KDE on RHEL 7 beta is very nice, you should give...
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    Just like how RHEL 7 will ship with GNOME Classic...

    Just like how RHEL 7 will ship with GNOME Classic as default?
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