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Month: July 2012

Re: [trinity-users] Where is my Star Trek?

From: Lisi <lisi.reisz@...>
Date: Sat, 28 Jul 2012 17:15:54 +0100
On Saturday 28 July 2012 16:50:05 Philip Webb wrote:
> 120728 Dexter Filmore wrote a lot of stuff, but esp:
> > All we need to organize our programs is a taskbar, launchers & a systray.

All _you_ - and apparently Philip - need is a taskbar, launchers & a systray. 
You are free to have them.   They exist.  But why should you - or anyone 
else - be able to dictate to me what I need or want?

> All I use is a Fluxbox menu, which I edit myself to include what I use
> & arrange items under sensible submenus, & the delightful Apwal,
> which shows an array of icons on the desktop when I right-click there,
> which I configure to taste & which quickly starts LibreOffice, Krusader
> etc. The Fluxbox menu is called up by left-click on the desktop or
> Alt-space, which I can employ anywhere on any desktop.  The same on my
> netbook.

Great.  You have found something that you like, and you are free to use it.  
But why should everyone else use it just because you want to do so?

> So I agree, tho' others may prefer to vary the details.

I disagree, and would vary more than the details.

You both have the freedom and the right to use whatever you choose and 
whatever you feel happy with.

You do not have the right to dictate what the rest of us should use!