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Sun Oct 16 05:46:35 CEST 2011
On 10/16/11 03:34, Matthew Brush wrote:
> On 10/15/2011 02:52 PM, Liviu Andronic wrote:
>> Bottom line: the current design is intuitive, lets the user get things
>> done and quickly, and one gets used to it. Tabs may add an unnecessary
>> complexity to Thunar, and don't forget that this is why we love Xfce:
>> it strays away from unnecessary complexity.
> I also don't really care to debate this, since like I said, it doesn't
> really affect me very much, but I feel compelled when I hear people
> telling others how their workflow should be, it reminds me of GNOME
> 2/3 ... "You don't need that feature" or "You'll get used to doing it
> this way" type of attitude. The reason I personally use XFCE is
> because it gives me lots of options, configurability and flexibility
> not available in GNOME 2/3 anymore.
> Anyway, I'll shut up now :)
> Matthew Brush
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For options, configurability and flexibility I find KDE ideal -- these
things make stuff complicated, just what KDE is.
Anyway, point is if someone volunteers to implement this feature, do
allow. Maybe open a bug for it.
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