Why can't fossfags into UI/UX?
why can't jay into keeping his shitposting up to date?
You clearly don't have a life jay
im on wm now, can i install different file picker nowor do i need compile a fucking browser to do it
>>93655467>there are hundredswho does he think he's fooling
>>93655434Grognards hate people being able to actually use their computer to get work doneThey think the whole point of a computer is to play with the computer itself. All you do when you install linux is spend several months figuring out how to do the simplest imaginable tasks, then rice the desktop environment and browse the internet because there's nothing else that just works and isn't a colossal pain in the ass to deal with.Eventually you give up and reinstall windows or osx just so you can use programs that just work withotu 10 hours of fucking around
>>93655503ikr, if there were even 20 mods then 'p threads wouldnt stay up for a minute
>>93655434ubuntu 23.04 doesn't have this issue. this meme can be laid to rest.
this isn't an issue on kde
>>93655578no, it just krashes instead
>>93655467>post that never existed
>>93655588the fuck kind of dying ram ass pc u using bro, i've never seen kde crash.
KDE doesn't have this problem. Look into the name of GTK to figure out why it still does.GTK = Gimp Tool Kit = GNU Image Manipulation Program Tool KitHow about the worst, most anti-user, anti-sanity DE on linux, period? GNU Object Model Environment.GNU. It's right there. Garbage Not Usable. Every single piece of software to carry the GNU name, to date, has been an awful piece of shit. The best GNU can do to get adoption is apply microsoft style compatibility lock-in tactics to get it to spread and use psyops to get a vocal minority of communists (who often maintain major distros) to react aggressiely to superior alternatives.Cut out GNU/, and you save the Linux operating system. No more psychotic animal-molesting pedophiles. No more trash bloated buggy software that is designed to please one OCD tranny while pissing off normal people.As long as the Linux operating system includes or relies upon even one single Garbage Not Usable component it will never make it as a mainstream OS.
>>93655434Don't lump me in with the footfags.
>>93655588Unironically GNOME is the only desktop that has crashed on me in the last decade.
remember: apple stole filepicker thumbnails from windows.
>>93655553>experimental abandonware in 6 monthsthe good news is that LTS will get it in only 4 more years from now!
>>93655660thiswindows had thumbnails since win98osx didnt have thumbnails until osx 10.4 in 2007
>>93655434>WHY WOULD YOU *WANT* THAT?my favorite, always followed by >I'm not a developer but I find opening every file individually in GIMP is just far more convenient than seeing what you want and opening it.
>>93655674but it's already been 19 years
>>9365567411 months actually
>>93655692kde had thumbnails in 2002so linux stole thumbnails from microsoft too.
>>93655434A real answer: Many foss software are created and used by more technologically savy people, whom are accustomed to having less UI/UX. While proprietary software and corporate projects are "mostly" incentivized to make their software as accessible as humanly possible (otherwise they go bankrupt), foss projects don't have this same pressure to have a seamless UI/UX. >>93655467Can't read the tiny text. Could I get a TL:DR?
This information is outdated
>>93655434I don't get UI/UX. It is a corporate thing created for iBabies. I don't give a fuck about how my system looks. I only care about its functionality. Also, the terminal isn't scary, as Steve Jews thought.
>>93659050...because someone normal who knows how to code fixed your shit just so he can get his work done.
>>93659215How much arguing and fighting to get the change made?It took them over 20 years to do this in gnome. For 20 years there was a gnome dev just sitting there doing nothing else but preventing people from adding common sense features to the desktop environment. You could not even pay a literal microsoft shill enough money to do sandbag and sabotage like that.
>>93656790Seems like nextstep had it before that
>>93659558>no file pickerWAHHHHH I CAN'T FIND MY PEDOPHILE IMAGES TO UPLOAD ON A BASKET-WEAVING FORUM, GANOO/LINUX IS NOT USABLE I AM DYING LINUX KILLED MY MOTHER!!!!>file picker addedWAAHHHHHH THEY FIXED THE ONLY PROBLEM I HAD BUT THE PEDOPHILE SCARS WILL NEVER HEAL
>>93659885that's gnome, moron.
>>93655434KDE chuds keep winning
>>93660501In my experience the pedophiles are gnome devs and gnutards
>>93655434Fag OS X initially didnt have thumbnails either.
>>93661017I have higher expectations for free and open source software then faggy software that costs $1,000+
>>93659618shame that nextstep is dead and only lives as abomination called mac os x
>>93655467Isn't there some jannie who's name you can't mention without an auto ban?
>>93663585It's the same guy in the pic. Jay Louis lrwin.
because they arent paid
>>93655467this is why you don't piss off autistic people. they will hunt you down to the ends of the earth and never leave you alone.
>>93660803that dolphin kpussy hits kdifferent
>>93655434Literally works on my machine
>>93665646jay might have started this war, but we're going to end it
>>93659050Gnome file picker still doesn't work correctly. It has to generate thumbnails through viewing the image files in your normal file manager. So if you save a new image but haven't opened its containing folder in your file manager, when you open the file picker that image will just have a generic thumbnail. Still a piece of shit.
>>93669061wait really? holy shiti did hear they fixed it but i never suspected they would fuck it up this hard>LINUS STILL DOESNT HAVE THUMBNAILS IN THE FILE PICKER (2023 ed.)
>>93669079not him but can confirm.these aren't thumbnails, just "big icons"
>>93669079use dolphin instead of footshit file manager
>>93670946enjoy when firefox, chrome, gimp, libreoffice and lots of other major linux software are hardcoded for gtk>uhhhh just use muh gdk portallmao, the gnome developers broke all previous solutions by changing the name of something didnt they
>>93671054all of those work on my kde machine flawlessly without me doing anything, not sure what youre talking about