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|02:38:39||DaemonFC||The latest GNOME Web might actually be more than a curiosity if the new ad blocker works well.|
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In reply to @popey:matrix.orgWhat I wonder about here is in GNOME that why you have to look here and there and use so many plugins to do some customization in the interface? Why not have a comprehensive professional editor to edit everything? do you agree with me ?
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In reply to @dobey:matrix.orgNo I did not mean code editor. What I meant was that there were a lot of customizations in the settings for the interface and the operating system instead of using extensions and some other things. Why not put it in a separate tool like GNOME Twaeks.
|16:24:18||dobey||because they are extensions, and not settings that upstream GNOME maintains|
In reply to @dobey:matrix.orgI know but that's just what I wish I would find someday.
|16:48:56||dobey||well some features get added, but perhaps not the ones you personally want|
In reply to @dobey:matrix.orgYes, but I have become a bit experienced in dealing with the interface and customize it as I want. What I am thinking of is that these things become easy for the new user because whenever the operating system is easy and integrated - including the desktop environment - the more Linux can attract a lot of users.
|17:03:30||dobey||those are not part of the design of GNOME, which is why they are extensions. if you want to argue about the design of GNOME and to change things, then the place to do that is with pull requests and issues on upstream GNOME, not really in Ubuntu; the default interface in Ubuntu is also a modified version of GNOME through use of extensions.|
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In reply to @dobey:matrix.orgI know that is not the responsibility of Ubuntu and I just wanted to put my point in general more, thanks for your time.
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|18:20:13||Josselin||Hi, I think that it could be great to have very few extensions in gnome tweaks tool that are known to be very stable. I no longer use gnome but I use kde for now.|
In reply to @jossdu69:matrix.orgI agree with you, but in fact you need to use a new extension for each modification. By the way I've been a user of kde.
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