Switching to Kubuntu; problems?
rcurriden at gmail.com
Mon Oct 24 11:59:09 UTC 2011
Panels, visual effects, plug-ins, forcing the use of Gnome shell...
This move by Canonical is not unlike Microsoft's changing in their own
UI, and is just as arrogant.
FWIW, I am waiting until 12.04; I've used Ubuntu for some time now, and
don't want to change. I just can't stand Unity, and don't want to have
to either use a broken UI and hope they don't completely eliminate it
with the next version, or be stuck using a crippled interface best
suited for smaller touchscreen devices.
On Sun, 2011-10-23 at 21:24 -0400, Jonathan Carter (highvoltage) wrote:
> Hi Robert
> On 11-10-23 12:32 PM, Robert Curriden wrote:
> > Let's all be honest. Fallback is not Classic; I'm hoping that 12.04 has
> > more common sense, and maintains the Classic desktop.
> I'm using the fallback mode and it works pretty much like the classic
> mode for me. What is it missing for you?
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