On 06/02/2011 03:22 PM, Joe Zeff wrote:
> On 06/02/2011 11:57 AM, Lars E. Pettersson wrote:
>> My biggest problem with Gnome 3 is that things that I could do by moving
>> the mouse, and a single mouse click, now needs several moves and several
>> mouse clicks, this severely disrupts my work flow.
> Interesting. Wasn't one of the big selling points about Gnome 3 the
> claim that it made your work flow easier?
As I've been retraining my fingers, I am finding the flow much faster. I
switched to an Ubuntu machine last night and found myself repeatedly
trying to do Gnome3~ish things, not being able to, and having to switch
between keyboard and mouse.
It is, I continue to feel, a matter of letting go of your old habits and
letting yourself try a new way of working. When you do, I think you find
that the Gnome3 folks are on to something.
Of course, opinions vary.
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