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Thread: GNOME 2.26.0 Release Candidate Is Now Out

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    Default GNOME 2.26.0 Release Candidate Is Now Out

    Phoronix: GNOME 2.26.0 Release Candidate Is Now Out

    Vincent Untz on the behalf of all GNOME developers has announced the release of the GNOME 2.26.0 release candidate. This release candidate serves as the last test release prior to the emergence of GNOME 2.26, which is happening in just ten days...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=NzExNw

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    No doubt the program in Gnome I crave the most is Evince!

    I love that program

    One thing Gnome seriously needs is a sexy dock at the bottom. There exist so many for Linux.

    Imagine if Gnome came with Kiba dock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise View Post
    No doubt the program in Gnome I crave the most is Evince!

    I love that program

    One thing Gnome seriously needs is a sexy dock at the bottom. There exist so many for Linux.

    Imagine if Gnome came with Kiba dock!
    The one thing gnome needs most is a better main menu. There are a couple of alternatives but none of them are regularly maintained, and as such are not stable on newer gnome builds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise View Post
    Imagine if Gnome came with Kiba dock!
    Gnome Do or Death! Seriously, it's docky theme is completly awesome.

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    I'm fine with how the layout works right now actually...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise View Post
    No doubt the program in Gnome I crave the most is Evince!

    I love that program

    One thing Gnome seriously needs is a sexy dock at the bottom. There exist so many for Linux.

    Imagine if Gnome came with Kiba dock!

    why dont you use gnome do?

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    Gnome DO would be a really good addition to Gnome.

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    If there is one thing that I miss when I use other computers/OSes, it's Gnome Do. This is one program that literally transforms the way you interact with your computer.

    I'd love to see it rolled into Gnome some day.

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    gnome-do for the fricking win.

    I'm looking forward most to empathy here; I want to be able to use google video chat so I can do V/VoIP with my laptop. (**** Skype, it's complete, utter, total garbage that needs to be wiped off the face of this ever-loving, [many asterisks deleted for brevity] earth, for reasons too numerous to mention here.)

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    Gnome-Do would be better if they had choose another programing language and not Microsoft's .NET or Mono.

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