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  • #51
    Originally posted by 240Hz View Post
    I have much faster and more recent hardware and gnome is still an ugly stuttery mess, so its not an issue with your notebook.
    Same here.

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    • #52
      Originally posted by starshipeleven View Post
      that work well for most people in Windows and MacOS (and dare I say Linux) land
      I feel ancient saying this, but my modern Plasma desktop isn't much more than what Windows 2000 offered with some eye candy, a drop-down terminal, and a dark theme. I don't need more than that.

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      • #53
        Its a fact, Redhat employees do not like the gnome3 user interface. Actually, not many people like it... which is why there are so many extensions to try to make it usable.

        It is irrelevant that Redhat is backing gnome, we know they are backing it, but that does not mean they like it

        Just for reference, I work with RHEL and CentOS, its my day job. At least my servers don't have a graphical interface, its SSH only... so I don't get to deal with the horrible gnome3 interface. My "user interface" these days is Ansible

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        • #54
          Gnome Classic which Mimics Gnome2 was introduced in order to be usable for Redhat employees and its the default on Redhat.

          Originally posted by 144Hz View Post
          bash2bash Sorry but that’s just wrong. Redhat is 100% backing GNOME on Fedora Workstation, CentOS and RHEL

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          • #55
            Originally posted by Danny3 View Post
            Wow, the desktop where is not possible to have desktop icons gets sharper wallpapers...
            Wow, this is really funny!
            There has never been support for desktop icons in the Gnome desktop shell. Not in Gnome Panel and not in Gnome Shell, until the appearance of the desktop icons extension. However, their file manager, Nautilus or Files, used to provide that function and there are many other file managers to choose from besides Nautilus.

            There's no inability to use desktop icons in the Gnome desktop, just like there's no inability to use Firefox on KDE.

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            • #56
              Originally posted by jo-erlend View Post

              There has never been support for desktop icons in the Gnome desktop shell. Not in Gnome Panel and not in Gnome Shell, until the appearance of the desktop icons extension. However, their file manager, Nautilus or Files, used to provide that function and there are many other file managers to choose from besides Nautilus.

              There's no inability to use desktop icons in the Gnome desktop, just like there's no inability to use Firefox on KDE.
              Are you joking or is this sarcasm?

              There's no inability to use desktop icons in the Gnome desktop but you need to use an extension for that ?
              In that case I think we can also say that Gnome supports desktop icons very well by letting you delete it and install another DE that really supports that.

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              • #57
                240Hz GNOME Classic is an option. So is the Ubuntu desktop.

                Building new desktops on top of GNOME is super easy.

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                • #58
                  Originally posted by George99 View Post

                  You might be looking for this extension:
                  https://extensions.gnome.org/extensi...desktop-icons/
                  Thnaks for sharing this, but for me this is a core feature that I want in every OS that I use.
                  Either is built-in and properly supported or it doesn't exist.
                  I don't have the time and the will to jump through hoops for core features like this.

                  Thanks again for the good will!

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                  • #59
                    240Hz sorry but the Ubuntu Desktop just proved you wrong.

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                    • #60
                      Originally posted by 144Hz View Post
                      240Hz sorry but the Ubuntu Desktop just proved you wrong.
                      What the hell is ubuntu desktop? Are you talking about Gnome 3 with 2 extensions? This is not a new "desktop"

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