Re: [desktop] Real users experience.
On Fri, 2002-10-25 at 11:04, Jesus Climent wrote:
> The fonts. The installation selected the highest possible resolution so
> everything looked small and almost unreadable. Mr Joe Average should be
> able to change that.
For all applications using the GNOME 2 platform, this is easily fixed.
I assume the same thing is true of recent versions of KDE.
> The fonts did not have AA by default. And that was also a no-no. Used to
> the nice AA in Windows some pages looked ugly.
I think AA will be the default in later versions of GNOME.
> loading netscape solved most of those problems, but introduced the
> netscape-fonts problem.
Mostly Mozilla related stuff.
> Application names. Aethera/Mozilla/Galeon/TheGIMP/Evolution/... don't
> mean a thing for a non /. reader. Things like
> Web Browser (Mozilla)
> Image Editor (The Gimp)
> Mail Reader (Evolution)
Yes, we're working on this.
> Unified login. Since it was a common computer they tend to leave the
> session open. I set different account for each of them, but they left
> them open (rushing for the bus/other reasons) and when other user came
> and could not find the bookmarks he/she left, they were puzzled.
What do you mean by "Unified login"?