On Fri, 2009-07-24 at 14:17 +0000, "Jóhann B. Guðmundsson" wrote:
I expected this change to be more a to shock to the end user than it
turned out to be.The feed back I received was that having icons in
"Places" felt out of place to the rest of the menu. The only solutions
to that problem when asked was to either bring back all the icons or
move either applications in "Places" or place "Places" in whole
"Applications" or "System" so the path to it would be Application
Places or System --> Places.
I'm trying out the new default gconf settings in F11 (not Rawhide) and -
as expected - I don't have any icons in the File/Edit/... menus for each
window. Yay, menus are much snappier.
On the downside, there's also no icons in Applications / Places /
System. So does Rawhide GNOME handle them differently? I can't imagine
that losing icons in the panel menu (or having them only in Places as
Johann describes) is the intended behavior.