On 01/25/2016 01:28 AM, Kahlil Hodgson wrote: > I personally love Gnome3 on Fedora. It took me about a week to adjust my > mindset though -- I did that over a Xmas break. > > It did help that I read the release notes first (so I was not surprised at > the major change) and went through the tutorial the developers provided. > > An interesting exercise re-examining and critiquing old workflows and > exploring alternatives. It works really well on the smallish laptop that I > use while commuting and which I plug into a couple of monitors when I get > to work. Its great the way it frees up screen real estate and encourages > me to focus on "what I am doing" rather than distracting me with "things I > might want to do". > > Reading the release notes before installing an OS is a really good idea. > Fedora and RedHat do a really good job with their release notes. > _______________________________________________ > CentOS mailing list > CentOS at centos.org > https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos > Some people adapt to new workflows easily, others do not. But regardless of the workflow - back to my original point - it's pretty damn stupid that choosing a font for a text editor not only includes all fonts regardless of variable width or monospace, but doesn't identify which fonts in the selection are monospace. How can something like that be missed by their QA / UI testing?