On 22 October 2011 15:52, drew einhorn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I gave it a try in 11.04 and found it UNUSABLE.
I found it perfectly usable and prefer it to GNOME in many ways. Don't
assume *your* preferences are everyone else's, too.
> In 11.10 it's better, but it hides the applications menus and replaces them
> with a subset of the menus, which makes it UNUSABLE!
It doesn't /hide/ the menus, it /moves/ them - to the top of the
screen, Mac style, in accordance with Fitt's Law.
However, they are concealed until you mouse-over them or press Alt.
That is a very silly idea, to my mind.
The menus in the top panel are not a subset; they are the whole thing.
Have you found anything missing?
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