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When Enlightenment met Ubuntu

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 217.27.181.23] on January 29, 2008 12:32 PM
Too bad you said that it is that very ugly. I happened to like it. But since you are a "I know graphical designing" kind of guy - I just have to realize that I am wrong. Or, the alternative is to think that taste is just just taste.

I will try to figure it out while continuing enjoying it!

The only con I found so far is that some applications are far down in the menu, but that can probably be adjusted so that I get what I want on a right-clik. Some are also representated under several menus - making the menus unnecessarily long.

I also downloaded Enlightenment via Synaptic on my stationary comp. And that is something totally different. Brushed steel and futuristic look. I like them both. And I like Gnome, Xfce and KDE. Strange guy, EH? I now alternate between Gnome, KDE, Xfce and Enlightenment while working, and enjoy them all. Basic system was a Ubuntu-composition made by Exton.Linux and I then just add desctopenviroments. This is one of the good things with Linux-systems!

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