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Old 06-06-2014, 01:45 AM   #1
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LXer: From GNOME 3 to GNOME Classic in 3 extensions, or why GNOME Classic has become redundant

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That made me realize that just by installing three extensions, I can get the GNOME 3 desktop with a default GNOME Shell to look just like GNOME Classic. Just three extensions.

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Did he just explain that GNOME Classic is installing 3 extensions to GNOME 3, therefore GNOME Classic should be no longer supported?


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