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Old 5th May 2012, 03:05 AM
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Re: Gnome3.6 Features

I know a lot of people hate Gnome 3 but to be fair there's still a lot that absolutely love it, even though we may not see them around here.

What Gnome 3/Shell does do particularly well is give you a no-frills (depending on your definition) easy to use set up out of the box. For example if I install Arch linux and I want to have a DE up and running quickly with almost everything setup, installing Gnome 3 would get me setup extremely quickly (I've done it before).

But still for those who just cannot tolerate it, thankfully there is plenty of choices.
OS': Fedora 25 - Arch Linux
Old 5th May 2012, 07:28 PM
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Re: Gnome3.6 Features

Ain't gnomo hater, in fact what to install to give it a spin: gnomo-shell or gnomo3? i wanna the minimal install...
I hate gtk...
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Re: Gnome3.6 Features

this thread could be Closed an sent to " The Dungeon " as Dan calls it
Old 24th March 2013, 12:13 AM
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Re: Gnome3.6 Features

Done ... geon.

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