I forgot to mention about the CTRL + ALT + Right-Click on the panels.
Who's idea was that? Right-Click always worked fine. Even Ubuntu maintains this idiocracy.
There are right-click when selecting an application on the panel. Recently, Gnome Shell 3.8 gained right click on displayed background.
I verified your claim about Ctrl+Alt+Right-Click in Gnome Shell, there is no such shortcut unless it is custom made.
Using either gnome-tweak-tool or dconf-editor, you can restore the traditional right-click by setting "Have File Manager handling the desktop" through Desktop Tab. That functionality exists since the first 3.0 release of Gnome Shell before Gnome-Tweak-Tool extension was written. That part illustrates the extreme flexibility of Gnome Shell, Classic Mode is just an example.
Last edited by finalzone; 06-15-2013 at 02:56 PM.
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You haven't proven anything. Maybe with a more dictatorial leadership you would have even more profit. Looking at that financial statement even though the revenue has increased the profit seems to have leveled off. Which is baaaaad.
I've been waiting for some time to find out what RHEL 7 was going to do. At my place of work, our applications make extensive use of Motif and Gnome2 stuff.
We were really dreading what Redhat was going to do in the upcoming years. Where they going to go Gnome3 route? Most all our software is custom in house things, GUI's Motif and Gnome2 based. It will be interesting to see how this Gnome3 classic mode looks under RHEL 7. Then, we are still all tied to RHEL 5 yet, just starting to make the RHEL 6 transition plans.
As long as I can still specify a window position/size via the API or command line we will still be happy. I just wish Gnome would have made the feature to specify which workspace to launch an GUI in, that was one think I liked with CDE back in the "olden days"