Working with Linux on a PC 1634
Working with Linux on a PC 1635
Snit poked his little head through the XP firewall and said: It's a boot loader. Any messages that appear are welcome indicators of the progress of the boot. Certainly more so than a...
You are welcome to disagree. The facts are not in question though we disagree on the importance of the facts. Fair enough?
I mention a *good* thing and you suggest I try another window manager? Are you looking to have people have bad experiences with Linux?
Not sure what I can do to make it more clear. The name of the program is not in the breastle bar, as shown in the picture.
It appears that the screen is not buffered - as it is on XP and OS X. Is that correct?
At the top of every window in the GNOME themes I show in the images there are three icons - the right most closes the window, the one two over minimizes it, and the one in the middle toggles maximization.
Another way to un-maximize a window is to drag its breastle bar down. I had been told that dragging it up would maximize. I found that to not be the case and was reporting it.
Does that help with your confusion?
Sure - but that does not explain the error.
Working with Linux on a PC 1636
In your opinion. You are welcome to it. Does not change the fact that when I mention a good thing you suggest I look for another window manager. A consistent and...
That is your choice - to be honest I was not finding your commentary enlightening or amusing, so I think we are both happier that you cut your response short. Thank you.
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