Haven't Tried It.
Not For Me.
Last edited by pinguy; July 24th, 2010 at 08:02 AM.
Shutter in conjunction with the Edit feature (Shutter Drawing Tool) is amazing. Because I copied my Shutter settings from my Mint distro, I never had the chance to see if you'd already added that extra feature to shutter. If it's not, I highly recommend adding it. It's such a perfect tool for quickly editing and censoring pictures for uploading and publication to blogs, forums etc.
Great Distro BTW. I'm loving it. gPodder is my preferred Podcatcher though. Thanks for the amazing effort.
The only issue I've had so far, is with Conky. For some reason it changes to "always on top".
Last edited by Badcam; July 24th, 2010 at 11:02 AM.
Too much Mac-OS looking for my taste. I like the Mac Os thought but not in Linux.
ASUS P5N-E SLI, INTEL CORE2DUO E6850 3.0 GHZ
EVGA 8800GTS 320MB, 2GB RAM 800MHZ DDR2
HITACHI 2X320 GB HD
After being away from Linux in general for a couple of months I tried your Ubuntu spin-off.
It works great and looks nice installed. I can see this becoming popular among the not so geeky Linux crowd.
It's really newbie friendly with the added Mint tools and application. Even my family will dig this.
Probably one of the nicer "remixes" of Ubuntu. Really good job. But I am a little biased because my desktop looks very similar. Although I don't use Gnome panel at all.
Proud GNU/Linux zealot and lover of penguins
"Value your freedom or you will lose it, teaches history." --Richard Stallman
Do include Ubuntu Control Center in the final release. The only thing I dislike about it is the software package tool cannot be configured to work with whatever software package manager you have - only with Ubuntu Software Center. Apart from that, its a great control center to have in an Ubuntu based distro and its as close as we'll ever get to Mandriva Control Center.
Last edited by NormanFLinux; July 24th, 2010 at 11:50 PM.