Re: Nautilus has no global menu. Huge usuability issue and confusing
Well I didn't mean to send things off topic, so apologies, but I do feel that this sort of problem was inevitable once you step outside of the arena and begin your own forks. Mint will no doubt be feeling the strain too, doubly so now they've decided to fork Nautilus themselves because of the new changes.
I think what confuses me most between Gnome and Ubuntu, is that essentially the goals are the same, are they not? A one size fits all approach to the desktop/tablet area. Like I say, with this in mind, what exactly was the argument again? Unity and Shell are very similar in many ways and aim for the same goals, so why does Canonical suddenly feel the changes being made to Nautilus are not to their taste? Surely it fits their own paradigm?
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