Gnome 40 release video. I'm really looking forward to giving it a shot. Sorry about the YouTube link.
@mike I just tried it and well... after 2 days and more than 3 hours of configuring it (was looking very good) I switched back to my i3wm, nothing better than i3wm... I can change workspaces faster, programs runs faster and everything... even full apps/games are easy to switch from workspaces while on gnome crashed and reopened the gnome session closing badly all the apps... 😢
@mike the only think I couldn't fix is the screen shot app, I am used to Flameshot and the shortkey wasn't working (I should make a custom one as I did with i3wm) but it anyways took like 5 or 7 seconds to start the gui to start the crop... so wasn't really very smooth and usable as they pretend to show on their videos, a lot of extensions to make it look as you want/need.
@blkpws Ahh, I've always just used the built in Print Screen screen shot thing, or scrot depending on my mood. I've had Fedora 34 Beta running for a little over an hour now, and so far it's been good.
@mike but I miss the arrows and customization when I want to tell a coworker/friends what I want to show them from my screen. Idk if you know about it already but it is really nice https://flameshot.org/getting-started/#installation (I hope it doesn't lags on your Fedora and it was more a issue about my distro). The shortcut you must launch is `flameshot gui` and you get the option to select the area you want an dplace arrows, text, squares and etc. There is also a option to upload the image on imgur and get just the url.
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