I do not see why we are debating about one simple thing. We basically|
need one quite simple option where we would like to say 'we want icons'
or 'we don't want them'. Latter could be default if you like. If this
community is not able to implement this simple thing that means that
something is going very bad here.
Beside the fact that GNOME started to be less and less effective
than KDE and as time pass we have to import many of technologies
Let's we turn the page!
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is primarily based on mutual trust and only
secondarily on institutions such as courts of
justice and police."
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> Subject: Re: RE: Appearance properties
> From: ebassi gmail com
> To: desktop-devel-list gnome org
> Date: Tue, 10 Nov 2009 11:35:53 +0000
> On Tue, 2009-11-10 at 11:50 +0100, Xavier Claessens wrote:
> > > A tweak application is would be one that changes little-used and low
> > > importance preferences.
> > >
> > > The Appearance capplet includes three sections. "Background" is probably
> > > most used, "Font" is of high importance (for accessibility) and "Theme"
> > > is probably a medium priority preference.
> > I think, but could be wrong, that tab was indeed useless... until the
> > sane default changed and became unusable/ugly...
> *for you*.
> personally, I like the current default very much.
> > now it is really useful
> > to get back to previous configuration, so the interface tab is now
> > really important.
> if it really is that important, fix gTweakUI and use that to restore
> your preferred setting.
> gnome-appearance-capplet should not be the kitchen sink.
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