I love GNOME3 and its new alternatives, but it's toasty on my laptop. I'm running Lubuntu and G2 on Lucid and Squeeze.
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The installation of gnome fallback has always been an option, ever since the change to gnome 3 the panel has been there, don't know why people act surprise.
Anyway, I change to gnome shell and I'm not going back to panels, is not 1995 anymore.
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First I hated Unity but now I have fallen love with it . Classic Gnome is practically dead
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I don't know why everyone is saying to press the super key along with alt and right click to add applets to the panel, I was able to do it with just alt + right click, no super key needed...
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We already have this in 11.10, so......... what's new?
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That's Great for people who would like to use it . I hope it is not installed by default with the Gnome Shell . As it is now I have a DE I don't use .