Re: Gnome shell 3.2 setups
I am somewhat confused with the way the Ubuntu desktop has evolved. I understand that it is designed for touchscreen and traditional peripheral inputs, but with the quantity of applications that I work with the touch screen menu tends to be confining. Basically, I would prefer the old fallback classic Ubuntu menu.
The touchscreen menu might work well as a mouse menu if the icons were smaller. And definitely, I need the ability to reorganize the menu categories. Because it seems that I have to use the application search tool - maybe that's what they are trying to do, anyway.
When I tried the 'fallback' on my initial install of 11.10, it did not seem that I could have both at the same time - it was one desktop, or the other.
So, if there is a way to meet those demands, I'll be happy
Ubuntu 12.04 11.10 11.04 10.10 10.4 9.10 9.04 8.04 7.04
AcerAspireOne Intel® Atom™ CPU N270 @ 1.60GHz × 2 / 1G RAM / 160 GiB HD