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A few thoughts on 6.0

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trinidad:
1) This version is by far the prettiest yet. The default wallpaper is beautiful. I would like an optional version of that wallpaper without the yellow feather, just the gray shadow feather edges. When you run the widget with the background feather logo it's just too much of the yellow feather on the desktop. I think it would look quite nice then with just the widget feather.

2) I would like to see a discussion here by some of the experts on replacing Chrome with MS Edge with all the proper steps concerning updates, dependencies, etc. so that new users would have access as to what to do to remove Chrome completely and use MS Edge or even Edge dev instead without causing issues later on with their system and updates. 

3) The same goes for Thunderbird. On the subject of mail it's worth noting that the ncurses installer for system mail did not function correctly in the XFCE terminal in the 5.0 series but I haven't tried it yet on 6.0.

4) I noticed that Thunar uses normal yellow warning stripe about root, but when you open a file with root with mousepad it uses the default Debian pink color for the warning stripe. I'm sure it's just an XFCE oddity someone missed.
5) I'm going to thoroughly use this system as time goes on and look for quirks because I think it is the best one so far.

TC
 

Jerry:
Thanks as always TC :)

1) Made it just for you...



2) A job for someone else.

3) Personal taste, not something I'm into.

4) Not something I've changed.

5) Cheers!

Mountain Giant:
I do not see problem with Firefox on 6.0, also looks like snapd is quite light, and memory loss is not existent. So better to remove google chrome, and install Firefox if you want privacy. Also that way you support different browser engine, so we have competition.

Moltke:

--- Quote from: Mountain Giant on June 15, 2022, 03:45:04 AM ---I do not see problem with Firefox on 6.0, also looks like snapd is quite light, and memory loss is not existent. So better to remove google chrome, and install Firefox if you want privacy. Also that way you support different browser engine, so we have competition.

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