Am 11.08.2014 22:09, schrieb David Weinehall: > On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 01:47:53PM -0400, Lennart Sorensen wrote: >> On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 07:42:41PM +0200, David Weinehall wrote: >>> Available in GNOME 3. >>> >>> Available in GNOME 3. >>> >>> Not enabled by default (if I remember correctly), but possible to enable >>> using gnome-tweak-tool. >> >> I shouldn't have to know that. And I am pretty sure when gnome3 appeared >> in sid, it wasn't available. >> >>> Not enabled by default (if I remember correctly), but possible to enable >>> using gnome-tweak-tool. >> >> I will somewhat agree that one is hardly ever used since I just alt+tab to the other window I want. >> >>> Available in GNOME 3. >>> >>> Alt+space brings up the window menu in GNOME 3. >>> >>> So, sounds like GNOME 3 provides/can provide everything you seem to >>> expect from a window manager. >> >> Trying to navigate the horrible menu system trying to find where to >> configure things was highly unpleasant too. It made windows 8 seem sane. >> >> I just believe the default when you install and log in the first time >> shoudl be something that makes sense to your typical average user, and I >> don't think gnome3 by default does that. It can be tweaked to do so now >> (I don't think it could initially), but the typical user won't know how >> to do that. The defaults are bad. > > Well, if there's a consensus that the minimise/maximise > buttons are needed (I always enable them, so I'd vote yes!), then > I'm sure that the Debian GNOME team will be happy to enable those > options by default. Are you missing anything from the GNOME Classic mode *)? It offers exactly what you are asking for, with zero need for configuration. It's available right next to the GNOME session on your login manager. Michael *) GNOME Classic is GNOME Shell with a different set of extensions and a different default configuration. Imho also a great demonstration of the flexibility and extendability of the GNOME Shell infrastructure. -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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