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  • stargazer
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    So let me get this straight: We have monitors with resolutions that are skyrocketing and GPU power increasing to match, even in the mobile space, and to take advantage of that we go with icons that are simpler, flatter, overall less detailed and not looking out of place on Windows 95.

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  • Konstantin A.
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    Yaru > all

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  • arokh
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    Originally posted by Vistaus View Post

    Or, you know, people have different preferences. You like GNOME? Fine. I don't. I respect your opinion, but in my opinion, GNOME is one of the worst DE's.
    Sure, people have different preferences. Most people like GNOME which is why the largest distributions have chosen it. Your opinion is in the 0,5% that doesn't like GNOME, congratulations.

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  • Grogan
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    What is it with ugly icons these days? I always have to use third party icons sets now because the default sets are so fugly. I really hate those pencil drawn-like shaded icon sets that are so popular these days too. Hell, I've still got icons I copied from KDE 2.x that I use for individual things on my panel. I keep a bunch of icons in ~/.config that have been copied over the years on different systems and DE's.

    It's not just Gnome (or even just Linux UI's... think Windows 10)... fugliness is the new way.

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  • lectrode
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    Originally posted by skeevy420 View Post
    I have the same issue with internet browsers and plugins...damn you Firefox, I really miss DownThemAll...
    I was a big fan of that addon. Thankfully, "Download Images from Tabs" provides the functionality I need in the latest Firefox:
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...ges-from-tabs/

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  • tildearrow
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    Originally posted by debianxfce View Post
    The c-cassette icon describes perfectly what gnome3 is, going backwards with features and user friendless. The Gnome3 desktop by default in many distributions is a big reason why windows users are not interest to use Linux.
    My reaction to your comment:



    (sorry, I couldn't resist)

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  • Britoid
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    Originally posted by Tuxee View Post

    Yeees. Suuuure. Great that you have finally figured out the culprit. Well, it's gonna be hard to satisfy those Windows 10 users with their nerdy desktop environment.
    I bet those Windows users can't wait till they spend hours customizing their desktop to look like Mac OS X.

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  • wsxy162
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    The atmosphere here, oh ,so sour.

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  • Tuxee
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    Originally posted by debianxfce View Post
    The Gnome3 desktop by default in many distributions is a big reason why windows users are not interest to use Linux.
    Yeees. Suuuure. Great that you have finally figured out the culprit. Well, it's gonna be hard to satisfy those Windows 10 users with their nerdy desktop environment.

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  • Vistaus
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    Originally posted by arokh View Post
    GNOME is already the best Linux desktop and just keeps getting better. People claiming plasma/xfce/whatever to be better are delusional.
    Or, you know, people have different preferences. You like GNOME? Fine. I don't. I respect your opinion, but in my opinion, GNOME is one of the worst DE's.

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