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The The Restaurant at the Edge of the Universe, previously known as The Water Cooler, is a place to post stuff that has absolutely nothing at all to do with computers, broadband, Scot's Newsletter, or anything that's "supposed" to be here.
Any GNOME Shell users here? I like using various DEs and WMs, but it kind of surprises me sometimes that I've come to enjoy using GNOME Shell so much.
I don't know if this is cheating but I'm using Double Commander, Terminator, and Geany instead of the default Nautilus (Files), GNOME Terminal, and gedit. Also, I go with something lighter for my slower computers -- Xfce, LXQt, Openbox, Fluxbox.
I like KDE Plasma, too.
I can't really say for sure which DE/WM I like the most, but I have more Openbox setups than any of the others.
I like that I don't have to look at the same desktop each day. Can't seem to pick just one and stick with it. Started out years back as a KDE3 user. Seems like the more time I spend with any particular DE or WM, the more I warm up to it.
I've been using Apple products since the 1990s, not as long as I've used Windows and Linux machines, but long enough to have witnessed the changes that Apple has introduced into their computers, and now phones, since their early days.
This post is about just one of those changes, a change for the worse in my opinion.
Remember back when you could connect your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to your computer, open iTunes and arrange your icons on the computer, then have the changes take effect on your device? You'd see each screen of your device and could use a mouse to move icons on a screen, even move them from one screen to another. Especially for older geeks like me, arranging your icons on a larger screen was a blessing.
Now that no longer works. Even trying to make folders of several similar icons can be frustrating and ineffective.
Not offering a solution or asking for one, if one exists. Just complaining and venting my frustration as I try to set up my new 11" iPad Pro with probably 100+ icons to arrange.