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Re: Good Bye FC5



On 5/17/06, Christofer C. Bell <christofer c bell gmail com> wrote:
On 5/17/06, Lyvim Xaphir <knightmerc yahoo com> wrote:
> On Tue, 2006-05-16 at 16:15 -0500, Russell Golden wrote:
>
> > yes, and thank God they made an option in win9x to keep everything in
> > the same window. it's stupid to have everything in separate windows.
> > it's just clutter
> >
>
> Exactly, because of user demand.  New window behavior as opposed to tab
> or pane setups is retrograde evolution.

How about some user demand for flexibility of choice?  The "open in a
broswer window" is not acceptable.  I want the *folder* to open *in
the same window*, not in a browswer window.  How about some user
demand for the GNOME developers to stop screwing with fundamental user
interface design every single release?

I used to be of the opinion that GNOME was "the one" -- both
technically superior to KDE (it is) and philosophically superior (now
I'm doubtful).  GNOME is rapidly losing my respect as it's become less
and less easy to use (ironically) because I can't make it do anything
other than what's in The Vision(tm) of whomever is making these design
decisions.

Linus is probably right, I should switch to KDE.

I did. And I didn't need a kernerl coder to tell me that.

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