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    It looks as easy as the Nokia N9 IMO. I used an...

    It looks as easy as the Nokia N9 IMO. I used an N9 and it was pure pleasure and plain intuitiveness. As long as no UI idiom is hidden, anyone can find how to use it. For what I see in the video,...
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    I find it lovely too. While I agree the swipe...

    I find it lovely too.

    While I agree the swipe down from a single icon will probably be hit and miss, the fact that you can scroll horizontally among the different setting screens will probably...
  3. Maybe you need to learn to read English. I...

    Maybe you need to learn to read English. I already explained why that doesn't matter. GNOME devs can choose to show their demos with proper font rendering or the disaster they choose to show. Try...
  4. Telling people to "learn to accept that" or that...

    Telling people to "learn to accept that" or that their opinions are silly on the other hand really helps with the conversation...

    No, better font rendering is not subjective. Besides personal...
  5. What is really silly is showing a DE with such a...

    What is really silly is showing a DE with such a poor rendering all the time. If a better one is available (and it definitely is), not using it is beyond silly.
  6. You're being sarcastic, right? Font rendering is...

    You're being sarcastic, right? Font rendering is probably the worst thing in Gnome.
  7. I just read throughout the whole thread. Wow....

    I just read throughout the whole thread. Wow. Just wow.

    I understand Phoronix is about benchmarks, mostly, and that might (might) excuse the ignorance on UI/UX design displayed all over the place...
  8. Maybe you should keep thinking then. Your hideous...

    Maybe you should keep thinking then. Your hideous KDE setup can't even start to compare to the Ubuntu layout, but more importantly you're comparing apples to oranges. You could save a lot of space by...
  9. Thanks for saving me the effort. I was getting...

    Thanks for saving me the effort. I was getting tired of reading the nonsense that the Unity global menu doesn't save space when it's so obvious it does.

    Unity haters: stop. There's no one forcing...
  10. Guys: don't feed the troll.

    Guys: don't feed the troll.
  11. That's fine. You're not contributing to Ubuntu....

    That's fine. You're not contributing to Ubuntu. Others are.

    How many? You should bring numbers along and compare equally relevant projects, otherwise this is pure chitchat.

    Actually if really...
  12. Calm down, pal. It's you who's looking terribly...

    Calm down, pal. It's you who's looking terribly stupid.

    Nobody cares what Canonical releases as closed source, as long as everyone has access to the original source, which is guaranteed. Do you...
  13. With CLA it's GPL3 for everyone, but Canonical...

    With CLA it's GPL3 for everyone, but Canonical and each contributor on its own. Canonical gets proprietary rights to other people's contributions. So what? You're still free to release ALL the code...
  14. Yes you can use Recoll from the Dash:...

    Yes you can use Recoll from the Dash: https://launchpad.net/~recoll-backports/+archive/recoll-1.15-on
  15. Care to show a picture of a Nautilus window with...

    Care to show a picture of a Nautilus window with the zoom in/out bar and the list/icons icons?


    You have to be a little more precise... If you want me to explain why most of what I read in Alad...
  16. The magnifying glass icon (or the search menu...

    The magnifying glass icon (or the search menu option) is what you use if you want a recursive or advanced search. It was in Nautilus already!!! I haven't checked, but they probably removed it too...
  17. Not exactly: they turned it into a "search...

    Not exactly: they turned it into a "search recursively every folder from here as you type", which makes it horribly slow and totally off the point.
  18. I basically agree with you. I'd say Canonical had...

    I basically agree with you. I'd say Canonical had to make a decision: maintain Gnome 2 by themselves (not a very clever move IMO), go with the terrible initial Gnome Shell or try their own thing....
  19. The reason why Red Hat allows their developers to...

    The reason why Red Hat allows their developers to do anything at all in the desktop is because they couldn't care less. They are NOT putting Gnome Shell in RHEL 7 for THAT reason. What's very likely...
  20. Maybe you and Gnome 3 don't get it... I HATE to...

    Maybe you and Gnome 3 don't get it... I HATE to look for alternatives. I'm laaaazy and I trust my provider (Ubuntu) to give me the best defaults. But in the case of Nautilus I had to look elsewhere....
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