>>> 2. When I switch to gnome2-like
environment, I am getting very angry.
>>> How can SUSE become as stupid as Ubuntu? The gnome2-like
>>> almost the same as Ubuntu..... The menu,
the task bar color and so
>>> Why can't SUSE keep its own uniques?
The SUSE menu in 10.0 till
>>> quit nice and creative. Why did this 12.1
switch to stupid Ubuntu
>> 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
> 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.
>>> 3. What's worse. The workspace switcher in gnome2-like environment is
>>> the same as 10.0 version: when we use "only show current
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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