- When I switch to gnome2-like environment, I am getting very angry. How can SUSE become as stupid as Ubuntu? The gnome2-like environment is almost the same as Ubuntu..... The menu, the task bar color and so on. Why can't SUSE keep its own uniques? The SUSE menu in 10.0 till 11.4 is quit nice and creative. Why did this 12.1 switch to stupid Ubuntu
style? This has nothing to do with Ubuntu: the default look and feel of the fallback mode has been created so that it is close to GNOME Shell.
We discussed if, for openSUSE, we wanted to keep that upstream decision, or choose to offer something closer to what we had before. And because we want to encourage people to use GNOME Shell, we decided to keep things this way.
Why do you encourage people to use GNOME SHELL? Is it more convenient or more beautiful to use it? At present, I found no reasons to switch to it. It is far behind GNOME2.X. As a Linux user and a professional design purpose user, I care more about the STABILITY and friendly interface. To me, the GNOME SHELL is much more suitable for tablet and entertainment, but not for ordinary daily work such as: office or computational work.
- What's worse. The workspace switcher in gnome2-like environment is the same as 10.0 version: when we use "only show current workspace", it can only show ONE workspace, and others are all gone...... I just started the livecd to check, and things are fine here. Can you open the preferences of the workspace switcher, and tell us if you see this because there's only one workspace, or because the "only show current workspace" setting is set? Is this on a brand new install, on first login?
I update 12.1 to the latest version by command: zypper update after installation. And the problem is always there.
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