Side note: I use XFCE, GNOME and KDE on various machines, depending on their function.
*Cough Bullshit *Cough.
Originally Posted by dekomote
Unlike GNOME, KDE has native support for GTK application using either QtCurve or Oxygen-GTK.
These two components can be configured using the KDE control center.
On the other hand, GTK has zero native toolkit and configuration support for QT applications.
You don't like KDE, fine. You think it's an epic failure, good for you.
But at least -try- to stick to the facts instead of simply trolling.
Now to the point at hand: I believe GNOME devs are slowly losing it. GNOME shell looks very interesting and I'm was about to continue using it on machine that currently use GNOME 2, but if indeed this stupid decision is a part of greater move to further remove UI configuration options (Try setting up a global short cut for a certain application and you'll know what I mean), I will most likely migrate all my low(er)-end GNOME machines to XFCE and high(er)-end machines to KDE.
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