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Re: Re: Look and Feel


From: Banlu Kemiyatorn
Subject: Re: Re: Look and Feel
Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2005 13:49:11 +0700

On Fri, 18 Feb 2005 19:46:35 -0500, Jason Clouse <address@hidden> wrote:

> If Camaelon is bundled with -core and the option to change theme is
> the first thing a user sees, fine.  If someone downloads a tarball,
> installs it, and sees nothing but grey, they'll be disappointed.

Why core? Why not Etoile?

> They don't have any steppish love.  If they did, I wouldn't be
> suggesting this.  These are the people who have never used anything
> but Windows, Mac OS X, and KDE or GNOME.  The world has moved on and
> people would like some color in their interfaces.  At any rate, I
> think we've used this topic up.  People will not see a fresh GUI on
> first run and that's just the way it is.

No, they were E freaks but they grow up.
I was appreciated with Mac OS X's saturated cyan/red/green/blue for a week
before I permanently switch to graphite theme. Though, I ma nottagainst
them, but let's put it somewhere else, not gnustep core. Time to promote a
desktop enviroment. We (gs community) should vote to agree on making
Etoile a default gnustep desktop env for the gnustep community (ie. not
a default desktop for gnustep itself since gnustep is a toolkit)




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