On Sat, 2004-01-24 at 02:14, Kevin Francis wrote:
After using Fedora Core since it was in severn beta, I have found
one real annoyance: the foot menu in GNOME is not the standard GNOME menu.
Why do we use this? It is the hardest menu of either Windows or Linux
that I've had to use -- It takes me ages to locate things, and when I
do, I frequently mis-click. I had no problem at all with the original
GNOME menu, or Windows menus.
Is there some strange technical reason? Or is this just a redhat-ism?
As far as I know our menu has about the same submenus as the standard
My Fedora menu has: Accessories, Games, Graphics, Internet, Office,
Preferences, Programming, Sound & Video, System Settings, System Tools
My GNOME CVS from a while ago menu has: Accessibility, Accessories,
Desktop Preferences, Games, Graphics, Internet, Multimedia, Office,
Other, Programming, System Tools
Not sure what latest GNOME CVS has.