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    Default Cinnamon 2.2 Desktop Supports HiDPI, GTK CSD Support

    Phoronix: Cinnamon 2.2 Desktop Supports HiDPI, GTK CSD Support

    The Linux Mint's Cinnamon desktop project has graduated to version 2.2 and it's a very large update for this GNOME3-forked environment...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTY2Mzk

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    Why do all those Gnome forks want to look like Mac OS X?
    If they want OS X, they should just get a Mac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awesomeness View Post
    Why do all those Gnome forks want to look like Mac OS X?
    If they want OS X, they should just get a Mac.
    S* Because OS X is the pinnacle of design! *S

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awesomeness View Post
    Why do all those Gnome forks want to look like Mac OS X?
    If they want OS X, they should just get a Mac.

    where is look like osx? a bar in the bottom black is "looking like osx?"

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    "Newly installed applications are now highlighted in the menu."

    One of the most annoying features ever invented.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverthorn View Post
    "Newly installed applications are now highlighted in the menu."

    One of the most annoying features ever invented.
    it is annoying, but... compared to clippy and some other really annoying ones??? sheesh

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    I hope its faster and more responsive.

    Last time I tried Cinnamon the app menu was slow.

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    I wish they had sticked to providing a nice set of extensions and maybe a fork of nautilus instead of forking the whole package... Too much redundancy.

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    Most things the do are awesome. You can remove a lot of stuff with setting or scripts. I love that I can always run a script to set my favorite defaults.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awesomeness View Post
    If they want OS X, they should just get a Mac.
    OS X isn't (legally) free...

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