2) The configs are not saved in text files, but in binary files.
If I was Grand Poobah, this would get you tossed in the alligator pit. Not even the nice alligator pits - but the alligator pits where the alligators have dull teeth and terrible senses of humor.
"1958: After missing the Rockaway Express as it left Times Square, Jazzbo the clown waited for the next train." - The New York Times, 'New York City Subway Photos'
...maybe this is where we turn onto those "old people" who still use keyboards.
Yea! I still use a keyboard and I like it...
Well, what does that say?
On a side note, while I am using and enjoying Gnome3, I am doing so mostly because it feels very keyboard oriented to me. I loved GnomeDO and docky type apps, that would allow me to press some key combo, then launch an app. Don't even start with the alt+f2 either, because the perdictive stuff is dammed nifty!
You can't take the Sky from me
jezra wrote:NYbill wrote:
I think every distro developer is seeing the move toward tablet/phone type devices. I can see it as well. But, this isn't for me. So, maybe this is where we turn onto those "old people" who still use keyboards.
Yea! I still use a keyboard and I like it. GET OFF MY DESKTOP PARADIGM. damn kids.
Damn right. That's why I keep ending back at openbox and awesome, no matter how much I try to like the fancy desktops with all the eye candy.
I like a bit of eye candy, but I always end up making sure everything works how I want it to, guess I'm in with the "old people who still use keyboards" crowd. These new tablets and phones just aren't doing it for me.. besides I hate these damn touch screens all over the place!
Still on Slackware.