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    Smile Enlightenment-The most beautiful and the most flexible window manager i've ever used!

    Well,i came here and post this thread is just for one thing:being shocked by the window manager--Enlightenment.
    This is the most attractive WM for me, which lights my passion at one second.Before i know Englightenment,i tried sawfish,blackbox,window maker,fvwm,wmii,gnome,kde,xfce,fluxbox....But never astonished me like that,this is just what i want i think,flexible,beautifule,great accessibility,low system load and many other advantages.
    though the compiz project is really outstanding,but the gnome is really slow and over loading,even i put up my memorry to 1.5G is not that perfect.
    I really recommend you to try it,here is the website:ww.enlightenment.org,and have fun

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    0 posts. hm. i wonder if WM devs spam other forums?

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    Quote Originally Posted by parana View Post
    Well,i came here and post this thread is just for one thing:being shocked by the window manager--Enlightenment.
    This is the most attractive WM for me, which lights my passion at one second.Before i know Englightenment,i tried sawfish,blackbox,window maker,fvwm,wmii,gnome,kde,xfce,fluxbox....But never astonished me like that,this is just what i want i think,flexible,beautifule,great accessibility,low system load and many other advantages.
    though the compiz project is really outstanding,but the gnome is really slow and over loading,even i put up my memorry to 1.5G is not that perfect.
    I really recommend you to try it,here is the website:ww.enlightenment.org,and have fun
    Post the URI correctly if you want people to follow it.

    GNOME is using 1.5 GiB? That is odd.

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    Re: Enlightenment-The most beautiful and the most flexible window manager i've ever u

    "odd" as in "no"

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    I agree E17 looks cool and is fast and all that, but is it still getting overhauled every third revision such that you have to delete your .e directory and start over? Also it used to crash on me fairly regularly when I would play with it, and I never really liked having launchers that are icons and commands and whatnot all rolled up into one ball, and a lot of the modules seemed pretty buggy. I haven't used E17 in a while, so perhaps things have improved ...

    E17 is the most flexible window manager? Um, okay. Of the ones I've used I'd have to vote for fvwm. You can practically write code in the config files.

    Besides, E17 hasn't got a dock.
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    Rowr! Ya'll'r feisty today!

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    Re: Enlightenment-The most beautiful and the most flexible window manager i've ever u

    From wikipedia:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll_%28Internet%29

    An Internet troll, or simply troll in Internet slang, is someone who intentionally posts controversial or contrary messages in an on-line community such as an on-line discussion forum or group with the singular intention of baiting users into an argumentative response



    Do not feed the trolls!
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    I like Enlightenment (use it as my daily GUI). Though, since I only have 512 MB or ram, lets just say Compiz+Gnome didn't cooperate with other programs all the time.
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    Welcome to my world of E17
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    Re: Enlightenment-The most beautiful and the most flexible window manager i've ever u

    Quote Originally Posted by Prisma View Post


    I could swear I've seen this troll illustration in a book. Do you have a source for it?
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