@Jbastardov well I'm sorry to disagree. I really dislike the visual, I really prefer the straight look of the previous one. But that's just personal taste.
The real problem is usability, which has gone way down:
@mmu_man no need to feel sorry. The new design is really far from perfect, and I know a lot of people won't like the change in UI/UX. In that regard for me this is going to be like the time Mozilla decided to change Firefox's looks and received backlash for it.
Don't forget to submit your opinions, maybe the developers will hear, or you could contribute with a (possible) fork of the old version.
@Jbastardov I already have enough on my plate to maintain to add a fork of an old version... the problem isn't all on the dev as well, it's also the users who prefer whizz-bang and bubble gum over features and screen estate rationalism ;-)
@Jbastardov like, personas ? I always hated app skins, it goes against a coherent OS UI. If you want to skin, skin the whole desktop.
But eh, that's what the users want :^)
@Jbastardov I went up to finding native-looking skins for winamp, and CL-Amp on BeOS :D
@mmu_man no, I'm talking wayback from when Mozilla first started their rapid release cycle for Firefox and making UI chages to te brower, eventually applying the Australis theme.
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