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  1. Re: Why don't GNOME/KDE/others use a seperate icon filetype?

    But it makes things look blurry, especially at small sizes. See for example http://www.firewheeldesign.com/sparkplug/2006/April/icon_design_bitmap_vs_vector.php
  2. Re: Is this a joke? Canonical, please stop supporting Dapper NOW!

    I only checked the first few, but they all are in universe or multiverse. The Ubuntu web page is clear about that:



    So I do not really understand your point. Is it that Canonical is not doing...
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    Re: End of road for Rhythmbox

    I would, but there's at least one bug about bad performance already and it makes no sense to have duplicates.

    Good to hear about better performance with newer mono, gives me more to look forward...
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    Re: End of road for Rhythmbox

    Since there seems to be some confusion:

    Release notes from when Tomboy was added to GNOME: http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.16/#rnfeatures-tomboy

    Still in the Release Suite for the...
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    Re: Do you use two desktops?

    Currently have 5.

    Just counted, I have 47 windows open right now. Without workspaces I'd go insane.
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    Re: I found this unfair Gnome/KDE comparison

    They ship it like that because that's the default nautilus uses.

    As to how it's useful, it certainly doesn't sound that way. Users who figure out how it's meant to be used often start to like it...
  7. Re: Why Banshee should be default in 2 screenshots...

    Um no, Rhythmbox os not the GNOME default. There is no default GNOME music player, only a media player (Totem). See the release suites under http://live.gnome.org/TwoPointTwentyfive .

    Re Banshee,...
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    [gnome] Re: Custom Places Menu

    You could try adding new applications to the menu, then use the filename as a parameter.

    For example, to add an entry for an odt file called "test.odt" in your home, you add a new menu entry and...
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    [gnome] Re: Custom Places Menu

    Sure, but he's asking about putting individual files in a submenu, which I don't think is possible.
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    [gnome] Re: Custom Places Menu

    As far as I know that's not possible yet.
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    Re: Metacity with Composite is amazing

    No, I'm using the open-source ATI drivers. Good to know it's fixed for some people, though.

    It doesn't seem as bad as it used to be, but I have to try it on my laptop which has less vram.


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    Re: Metacity with Composite is amazing

    It also does drop shadows. ^^

    Yeah, it's pretty cool, I use it (rebuilt to remove an ubuntu patch) on both my desktop and my laptop. It has some issues though:

    - occasionally the right-click...
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    Re: Amarok 2.0.0 Out!

    I played with the rc for a bit. The interface was quite nice, and I wasn't too convinced of the 1.x series. Resource usage was fantastic, lowest of any full-featured media player I tried.

    I really...
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    Re: One bar, or two?

    You probably don't have Super mapped to the win keys. Go System -> Preferences -> Keyboard -> Layouts -> Other Options -> Alt/Win Key Behavior -> Super is mapped to the Win keys.
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Intrepid. gnome-session not restores the previous session

    Honestly, please don't do that. I'm really pissed off about the stupid decision to include the new gnome-session when it obviously isn't ready, but doing that would be absolutely counter-productive....
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    Re: Program Concept Idea

    Reminds me of this classic piece of literature: http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~jatill/175/libraryf.htm
  17. Thread: Eclipse freezes

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    Re: Eclipse freezes

    Do you really need 3.2? I had problems with that version, 3.3 worked much better, and even 3.4 seems stable enough to be used by now - I started running it a few weeks ago with no problems so far.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Bloated home folder

    Don't just delete them, they might be coming back if you do.

    Various programs will use these folders as their default so that it's quicker for the user to select the correct directory. If you want...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Intrepid. gnome-session not restores the previous session

    Yes, this is incredibly annoying. I've already missed some important IMs because I forgot to start pidgin manually.

    I think I have most things in my autostart now, but it's a bad workaround.
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    Re: Nautilus uses too much memory...

    Probably the thumbnails, if there are a lot of them visible they can take some ram. Still, it shouldn't be this much. Do you have very large amounts of thumbnailed things on your desktop?

    You...
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    Re: Nautilus uses too much memory...

    OK, the memory column should be relatively accurate (it's quite difficult to determine the real memory use). If you kill nautilus, how much memory does it use? Monitor it for a while and see when the...
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    Re: Nautilus uses too much memory...

    Has happened to me once in a while after I was in a directory with a large number of images (thousands), and even then it should take quite some time. If it happens, just kill it and it should be...
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    Re: A good email client for mailing lists?

    I read my mailing lists with a news client (pan) through gmane. If gmane has the lists you're interested in, this might be an alternative to an email client.

    It does threading quite well (though...
  24. Re: Can 64-Bit Finally Match 32-Bit for Day-to-Day?

    Memory usage is quite a bit higher on 64bit. I just switched back to 32bits to make better use of my RAM after testing 64bits for a couple of days. Otherwise, it worked ok.
  25. Re: 10 features ubuntu should implement

    dupe of http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=953013
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