Really miss my panel applets.
León Asad Castillejos
beyecixramd at gmail.com
Mon Jun 6 17:43:25 UTC 2011
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2011/6/6 León Asad Castillejos <beyecixramd at gmail.com>
> 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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