OSNews: Why Users Blame the Spatial Nautilius
Jun 14, 2004, 01:30 (16 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Radoslaw Sokol)
"The recently announced GNOME 2.6 has finally brought many
features long awaited by the Linux desktop fans. GNOME 2.6 is all
about ease of use, performance and unification and while it's
unfortunately hard to say that the GNOME desktop feels fast, it
certainly began to be really easy to use and it has consistent look
and feel--and that consistency is what makes up for most of the
quality of a graphical user environment...
"Among lots of reviews of the new GNOME that have appeared on
the Web, there is no single one that does not mention the spatial
Nautilius file browser. While most reviewers find it really faster
than the old one (which is true), they seem to hate the spatial
mode and blame the GNOME developers for not providing an option to
switch it off..."