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Month: December 2011

Re: [trinity-users] Trinity Desktop Environment Feedback

From: Sashko - <techau@...>
Date: Sat, 03 Dec 2011 00:13:37 +1100
On 12/2/2011 10:07 PM, Lisi wrote:
> On Friday 02 December 2011 09:51:59 Sashko - wrote:
> You say elsewhere in your eulogy that putting usability before glitz and bling
> is one of TDE's strengths.  But it would appear that so long as you can do
> what you want to do, the rest of us can go hang???
> Thank you, Timothy, for aiming at inclusivity not exclusivity.  I love TDE's
> site.  I can read everything!!
> Lisi
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No, all I am saying is that TDE is the *only* desktop environment where 
things actually

1. Make sense
2. Work one would expect and no I am not referring to my self only. 
These are standards on general desktop operating systems. One would 
expect Copy and Paste to work, one would expect Drag&Drop to work and 
that is why it is called desktop computing.  Why would you need special 
effects with flying windows if the DE doesn't meet the basics? Take 
latest Linux Mint 12 for example. Why can't I drag icons to the panel? 
Ok it doesn't meet my needs so I looked else where and I found it. 
Everyone keeps reinventing the wheel without making any imporvements! 
With XFCE 4.8, why can't I drag folders to the panel? Also many times I 
click "Copy" to copy a file from Thunar, go to another location and 
Paste is disabled....I can go on and on.....but I already said what I 
like about TDE and I encourage Timothy to continue.