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Old 06-15-2009, 11:00 PM   #1
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LXer: Gnome - The Curtain Is About To Go Up


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Even everyday users find themselves in the file manager constantly. We need to make that experience as functional, efficient and user-friendly as possible. Right now I don't think it is. Why are we adding an extra step of adding scripts? "Oh, you mean I have to go out, find them, drag them home and put them in a file folder I can't see normally? I thought you told me that everything ELSE was gears and pulleys. Now I have them in my home file? And why are there "hidden" files in my home directory? What is there that I am not supposed to see?"

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