Re: Some imperfections (a bit long)

> Bahram Alinezhad <alineziad yahoo com> writes:
> > 1- When we want a panel to appear (in autohide mode),
> > it appears with a delay that grates on my nerves! I
> > prefer to avoid autohide mode now, even though I hate
> > a panel to occupy my screen.
>, component gnome-panel I believe.
> > 2- Menus and windows cannot be moved farther when they
> > reach to the top of the screen (I'm speaking of moving
> > them using alt+mouse). This causes some problems, e.g.
> > with mozilla preferences menu, you cannot press the OK
> > button.
> I think this is intentional since if you don't now the alt+mouse
> combination, you can never get rid of the window again (unless you
> know how to use a terminal). It's a bug with Mozilla. It should not
> use windows that are too large for the screen. Report it on

True, but how would you move the title bar off the screen anyways
_without_ using Alt+Mouse?

> > 3- Nautilus and other programs do not remember their
> > previous size! For me who always prefer to be
> > maximaized, it is troublesome.
> They do remember their size. They don't remember maximisations though.
> I don't know whether this is a bug or not. You could try reporting it
> on under nautilus. But maximising windows is really
> a bad Windows habit, IMHO. X is not intended to be used that way.
> > 4- I see that nautilus uses the same policy as
> > konqueror for identifying the file-types: The browser
> > appoints the file-type only when there is no
> > extension. Without any extension, the browser shows
> > the correct type, while with presence of an extension,
> > it follows it. But there is something in konqueror
> > that I wish nautilus would include: When konqueror
> > finds a mismatch between extension and the real
> > content, adds a line in the file-properties tab which
> > shows the actual content... may have you noticed it
> > yet?
> Suggest it on nautilus-list or report in Bugzilla.
> > 5- Still the size of folders isn't shown in
> > properties! The philosophy behind it is being a
> > different browser? Or being simple? That is good, but
> > not to the expense of being useless.
> It's shown here, with Gnome 2.8 on Debian. At least with local
> folders, I don't know about remote folders. The proof is here:
> > There is also a question:
> > - Are both KDE and Gnome to use the same folder as
> > their desktop (i.e. ~/.Desktop)? If so, It is very
> > good IMHO.
> I believe that's the case.

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