Re: Gnome 3 usability - one user's comments
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On 11-06-15 09:41 PM, Frederic Muller wrote: > > Now we need users feedback to fine tune all those little remaining > glitches. While, yes, there has been some ranting here, there have also been some very detailed descriptions on the inefficiencies and lack of functionality in Gnome 3. I was one person who listed individual inefficiencies and functionality that disappeared in Gnome 3. Others have done so as well. Several of us in fact have lamented about the same issues -- namely the inefficiencies of workspace based work flows. The core issue being that moving from application to application and workspace to workspace is just far too inefficient as it requires far too many mouse actions (which happen to be at opposite sides of the display) when compared to Gnome 2's efficient workspace switcher. My other major complaint is the multitude of missing functionality like the weather bits of the clock applet and the inability to monitor the machines resources and processors (i.e. the performance and CPU applets). In fact where has that rich multitude of applets that were in Gnome 2 gone to? It really is a hard sell to tell people an "upgrade" includes losing a lot of functionality they used to once have. b.
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