Really miss my panel applets.
León Asad Castillejos
beyecixramd at gmail.com
Sun Jun 5 22:10:18 UTC 2011
I miss Mandrake, and the way Ubuntu logged out smoothly and played an exit
sound instead of ending abruptly... But hey, technology is moving forward
and those are just little details, Unity and Shell both offer a unique point
of view about how computing should be. It's not fair to say something is not
good just because you don't want to learn it... After all, computing is the
most rapidly evolving technology on Earth. Like it or not, computers are
not, never were and never will be static forever. Changes are needed, new
ideas come, and new concepts and technique emerge... We just can't always
stick to TWM forever...
2011/6/5 李白|字一日 <calidion at gmail.com>
> i miss the old days when ubuntu was based on gnome2...
> 2011/6/3 Vernon Cole <vernondcole at gmail.com>
>> I am starting to get used to the Unity desktop. It's still hard to find
>> some things that were formerly easy, but I'm getting there.
>> At this point, the thing I miss the most are my panel applets, one for
>> fun, three to monitor my computer.
>> [image: Screenshot.png]
>> (screen shot of "eyes" and "system monitor" applets)
>> How can I get equivalent functionality back?
>> Vernon Cole
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