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  • logical
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    Originally posted by duby229 View Post

    It has -everything- to do with Gnome... Gnome 3's entire philosophy was derived from it....
    LOL. Uh, no.

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  • Julien Bear
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    Originally posted by CochainComplex View Post

    At work I also have to use Windows. TBH gnome is far ahead of new features. Batch renaming of multiple files? windows no, gnome sure (ok its nautilus i now but it is shipped with gnome and belongs to the gnome experience). Multiple workspace handling + proper tilling (gnome + auttotilling) yes. windows nai...

    Im almost considering that you are a troll or you have never really used a most recent Gnome environment.
    I use Gnome on a daily base, and Nautilus was crippled first e.g. the split view was removed, so bad example of progression.
    I remember the early days, or shall I say the early decade, of Gnome 3 and i know how messed up the experience was. KDE since 4, too. I dont know how people can ignore this.
    I mean real features like high resolution support which took a long time in Linux Space. Speech to text and vice versa? No. And now we have AI-support on windows desktop, which will never take shape on Linux desktops in the next 10 years. No one cares about tiling, but you surely can add it with 3.party software. Like in gnome, where you can add JavaScript-addons which break with every major update.

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  • byteabit
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    I just wondered how Linux would be, with a Windows 11 desktop environment. This shows that comparing a desktop environment (here GNOME) does not make sense to compare against an entire operating systems (here Windows). It's like comparing KDE vs FreeBSD.

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  • Quackdoc
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    Originally posted by CochainComplex View Post

    At work I also have to use Windows. TBH gnome is far ahead of new features. Batch renaming of multiple files? windows no, gnome sure (ok its nautilus i now but it is shipped with gnome and belongs to the gnome experience). Multiple workspace handling + proper tilling (gnome + auttotilling) yes. windows nai...

    Im almost considering that you are a troll or you have never really used a most recent Gnome environment.
    the official windows powertoys has a lot of goodies. it gives you batch renaming of files. I do wish they were shipped. Also windows handles work spaces fine too now, mix it with komebri and you have a pretty good experience.

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  • CochainComplex
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    Originally posted by NeoMorpheus View Post

    Why does this f*** company keeps getting free passes like this?

    Ngreedia is one of the major reasons why Wayland is where it is, yet the damned cult members keep blaming everyone else but them.

    Yes, Wayland is not perfect, but cmon, stop making excuses for Ngreedia.
    underrated commt. Its so true.

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  • CochainComplex
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    Originally posted by hf_139 View Post

    I wouldn't call whatever GNOME advertises as "proper desktop apps".
    Their music player Amberol is literally a rip-off from the mobile app AIMP, but with less features.
    And you aren't allowed to question their decisions. You shouldn't even try to use your own custom design or use them in any way that isn't their approved narrow fake-mobile environment, because: "Please don't theme our Apps".
    I don't want to have an app anyway, i want to have an application.

    GNOME is stuck in the outdated Windows 8 mindset. It just is like that.

    No, flat design isn't modern. Flat design is more than a decade old and it was a temporary trend that got largely abandoned. GNOME is a decade behind everyone else.

    Edit:
    KDE is not flat design and COSMIC is a middle thing. Not everything that has no shadows and no 3d shapes is automatically flat design.
    Windows 8 is flat design. WIndows 10 not so much. GNOME is flat design.
    I was using win 8 at that time and the only big difference to 7 was the startmenu and another theme.

    Still dont get the analogy. By this measure KDE is still windows 95.

    you remind me of some boomer folks who are getting confused by each windows increment win xp -> win 7...son where is the startmenu? cant find it.....damn why do they have to change everything with new versions?! its not usable anymore

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  • CochainComplex
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    Originally posted by Julien Bear View Post
    Well it is fine that Gnome is usable after years. And good to know that it runs fine on your 64GB RAM high end PCs. However if COSMIC holds its promises, there is no reason to ever touch it again. That is a shame, because Gnome did a lot of bootstrapping work e.g. in the 3D acceleration and Wayland space, but so did Pulseaudio in the audio space and now it is replaced by Pipewire.
    But the Linux Desktop in general is years behind Windows and MacOS in terms of "new" desktop features.

    I donĀ“t see a problem in flatpack, it is the logical conclusion that the application development in Linux is almost non existent, albeit there are some OS projects or server solutions. The reason is the fragmentation and only one decent GUI-kit (qt).
    At work I also have to use Windows. TBH gnome is far ahead of new features. Batch renaming of multiple files? windows no, gnome sure (ok its nautilus I know but it is shipped with gnome and belongs to the gnome experience). Multiple workspace handling + proper tilling (gnome + auttotilling) yes. windows nai...

    Im almost considering that you are a troll or you have never really used a most recent Gnome environment.
    Last edited by CochainComplex; 08 April 2024, 03:32 AM.

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  • JumpLink
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    Originally posted by qarium View Post
    why do i even talk about my mother? very simple she is old and in pension now and if your shiny super beautiful desktop environment like gnome fails with these people then something is wrong.
    GNOME looks at different concerts from different operating systems. Most of all, GNOME seems to be inspired by Mac and Android, although they always have their own thoughts. I would say that someone who only knows smartphones and is sitting in front of a desktop PC for the first time would get along better with Gnome than with other systems and this trend will continue in the future, as the normal user will increasingly only know the smartphone. And that doesn't have to be a bad thing, mobile operating systems have the advantage that they don't have to carry around a lot of legacy systems that many users have got used to and are therefore much freer to implement new, better concepts

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  • Hans Bull
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    bcachefs news comment section:
    Users trolling about a FS they don't use.
    Fixed it for you

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  • abu_shawarib
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    KDE news comment section:
    Normal talk about KDE quirks between KDE users.

    GNOME news comment section:
    Users trolling about a DE they don't use.

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