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Old 05-23-2011, 12:03 AM   #1
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mist theme engine is really fast

Its so fast compared to the default and many other themes . I've been dealing with slow window resizes for a long time, when I go to synaptic and do a search its slow. But I switched to mist and its so snappy. Everything is faster and more responsive. Clearlooks is slow compared to mist.

I've read alot of threads that talk about how gnome resizing windows is slow. But many of them don't suggest to change the theme to mist. Some suggest clearlooks but its slow.

I feel like I just have to post this info.

Strange that searching in synaptic is either faster or just feels faster cause of the responsiveness. When I start typing it jumps to the section faster.


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