- Thanks very much. Huggle looks really cool, a few false positives notwithstanding. :-) Reeeeet (talk) 06:46, 10 July 2011 (UTC)
Please do not mark edits where you actually substantively change text as minor as you have done regularly. Please read WP:MINOR for more on when it is ok to do so. Also, rather than making several edits in very, very short succession, please consider using the "Show preview" button to see how an edit will look, or use a sandbox. The rapid-fire editing tends to clog up watchlists and raise red flags. Thank you and happy editing! Novaseminary (talk) 03:54, 2 October 2011 (UTC)
I have changed your edit to GNOME Fallback on the GNOME article, as the source does show that the majority of the features from the old GNOME panel were indeed ported over. Your edit rationale says that "The source does not support "nearly all", and that is so - no right click, no compatibility with years worth of GNOME 2 panel widgets; thus "some" is more accurate", yet the functionality supplied by right clicking is still there, only now you need to alt-rightclick, as is explained in the source. The panel in GNOME 3 is still just as extendible as it was in GNOME 2, and yes Bonoboo applets no longer work, but they only worked in later versions of GNOME 2 because of a kludged compatibility layer. All of the official GNOME applets and many of the more recent unofficial ones should still work, and using the new framework many more in theory can be created. However, to be diplomatic, I did not simply revert your edit, instead I changed the wording to say that "The Fallback mode has most of the same features as the old GNOME Panel". I can not really see how anyone can debate that wording. Hamish Paul Wilson (talk) 18:28, 3 October 2011 (UTC)
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