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Mon May 1 11:00:27 UTC 2006
On Mon, 2006-05-01 at 22:37 +1200, David Bird wrote:
> On Mon, 01 May 2006 12:02:16 +0200
> Luzi Thoeny <lucius.antonius at gmail.com> wrote:
> ve like a menubar.
> > >
> > are we not going to have applications/places/system like
> > ubuntu-gnome? if possible, i'd go for this solution, because it is
> > already a standard on ubuntu-gnome, and i'm sure they have spent lots
> > of thought on it.
> > ~luzi
> Name it what you like,,,edit it so it has the menus and apps you
> want where you want, why do you want a hard and fast standard, this is
> linux not windows. Call it menu, call it applications , call it stuff
> whatever you like, seriously people learn to make your desktop behave
> and look how you want. There are not quite the customisation options as
> with kde or gnome, but you sacrifice those to get a lean fast system.
> This argument discussion over what to call the menu button just
> has me beat if you don't like it called applications ...change it ,
> take charge of your own machine.
> linux user # 215413
Ok, now here's something I don't understand. You're saying that anyone
can customise it any way they want, but why even change the XFCE
defaults in the first place if the point is for the user to change it to
what they like? Currently it seems to me that the Xubuntu interface is
trying to look like the default Gnome interface, but is not quite there.
I say either go all the way (Applications, Places, System) or leave the
XFCE defaults in place!
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