I wanna go home
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@Keneda If we had infinite teams of infinite monkeys working on the project, then we could have every possible bit be configurable to satisfy every infinite person.
IMO, there are much more important problems to solve with UT, to make it usable. Also, the goal of UT isn't to have configurable things for every possibility and every user. It's to make informed and opinionated decisions on the design aspect to build something different and better suited for converged usage. It's understandable that people find something new and don't know how to react. But posting screenshots of GNOME (which by the way, does not have a home screen, and in fact no longer has icons on background), random Android manufacturer gesture configs, or random things from behance posts, isn't the best way to get a point across, nor will it solve anything, especially when there is no clear connection between said screenshots and the text in the post.
That means every pet feature that anyone wants to see may not be suitable, and may end up not being included, because it conflicts with those design goals.
Mobile UI isn't an easy problem to solve, which is why you're seeing some many - often conflicting - positions and requests. I have only been involved since the covid outbreak, and was able to daily-drive both options. My preference: the drawer. That said, there are positives from the other option as well.
I do believe, however, that my mobile phone shouldn't necessarily have the same interface and interaction as my desktop.
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Just a simple remainder :
Feature Request : slide-show background #1359
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