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Old 12-02-2012, 01:33 AM   #1
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LXer: Gnome “Classic” will be a separate session in 3.8

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What was known is that Gnome 3.8 will support a Gnome2-ish environment through some extensions. What wasn’t clear is if that option would be included in Gnome Control Center (similar to Fallback) or in Gnome Tweak Tool.Neither will happen. Gnome “Classic” will start up a separate session, and that means we can choose if from Gnome Display Manager before we login in Gnome. In other words, Gnomers will pay lot of attention to it.



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