On Apr 3, 2012, at 7:26 AM, Kamil Paral wrote:
> You can see it here:
> What do you think? Better than default?
How about "Install Fedora" since it could be installed to SSD or
I pull that string from default anaconda launcher. If they change it, it will change also
in the button. I proposed it here:
The problem is nothing shows up on Gnome 3's desktop, even items
the Desktop folder (which is just...it's asinine there's no polite
way to say it.)
The present behavior is obscure, especially for new users. And the
install icon in the activities drawer, or whatever it's called,
doesn't have any text description unless the user mouses over.
It's like the installer is an easter egg that the user has to go on a
hunt for, and hopefully find it before it rots.
Right, that's exactly what annoyed me.
Of course other approaches are possible. I could force Shell to display desktop icons and
put the launcher there. But then the livecd environment would be substantially different
from installed environment and that's a bad approach. The install button can also be
put into the user menu in the upper right corner, it's just not as visible there.
Overall the button on the top bar was easy enough to implement and also the best idea I
was able to come up with.