Definitely no GIMP and PulseAudio.Menu transparency and shadow disabled by default, maybe. Very unpopular idea I know, but I like the idea of a simple and "straight-to-the-point" WM.
I've been thinking for a while about switching pulseaudio for alsa because pulseaudio is pure crap, but get this. My father told me, "Never ever switch out the most mature sound driver Linux has which is pulseaudio for some cheap not-so-stable knock-off called alsa." :blink::doh: I mean why would anyone think that PulseAudio is stable. It's real crap.
Would assume it's just some pre-maintenance, relative to positioning for a "Janice" theme/icon package at some point in the near future.The Crunchbang-Faenza icon theme description references "Waldorf", which is why it was likely not included in the most recent CB update.
"Janice" will be released when corenominal decides it is ready for release. Both "Statler" and "Waldorf" were released as testing beforethey became stable. They were both in the testing phase for 8-10 months before they were declared stable, if I remember correctly. So we can only speculate when Janice will be released.
So I usually make the below changes to my Fedora GNOME install, using the tools listed. I have a working LiveCD and would like to enable these features in the the LiveCD (and thus the default install from it).
Hi,since some updates Dolphin has the new menu point "Recently Accessed" with the four items "Today", "Yesterday", "This Month" and "Last Month".The idea sounds good but when I click on the items all I get is an empty window.
I have the following problem:
I am using Fedora 11.
I used the command "yum erase python" to remove version 2.6 of my python (which was a total mistake, I agree, but downgrading was complaining something and I got angry and ... whatever)
Together with erasing python, almost all other programs were erased also :)
I am not knowledgeable about maintaining packages and I was also thinking there might be a fault with the "latest" idea. Just thought people more knowledgeable would be able to chip in and point out the potholes. Trillby's idea sounds the best though. Even if the "latest" idea works without a hitch, always nice to be in full control in case of any unfores