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Old 06-10-2014, 03:42 PM   #1
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LXer: Black Gnome 14.10 Testing Screenshot Tour


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Black Gnome 14.10 Testing is available. The project goal is to unlock the potential of GNOME 3. As GNOME 3 is rapidly developed and new extensions are created and old extensions becoming obsolete, I will be actively keeping up to the changes with new weekly builds. Black GNOME is not going to be cutting edge at the risk of system crashes, opting for the stable.

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