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- Aug 24 2016, 4:54 PM (178 w, 20 h)
Nov 25 2018
Oct 1 2018
Er.. The question of what would replace Nautilus is for another place, at another time, I'm just making a package request. Speaking of, is there any particular reason Polo being Beta would hold it back from inclusion? Polo itself is plenty stable, in any case, much more so than Nautilus. I believe the developer is only calling it Beta due to some non-typical peripheral features that he wants to include, but isn't done yet. I'll see if I can get some sort of comment
on that from him.
It'd be a top contender. Just give it some Solus' Sane Defaults™ and it'd be a good fit.
Sep 30 2018
Apr 16 2018
Feb 24 2018
And thanks to Ikey and Team for hearing us out on this issue. We all just want Solus to be the best that it can be for users (and everyone else) without having to compromise an otherwise solid system. :)
I'm not under the impression that anything any other distro does is sane (trust me, I didn't come to Solus because the others were too logical), I'm just saying that the norm of other distros has put Solus in a bad position, and it won't be as simple as ignoring the problem.
I understand the sentiment, but it still doesn't help that installing 'wine' doesn't actually install 'wine'... if you understand what I mean.
I certainly expect it to be in the menu / actually be able to run a Windows program after installing what's "supposed" to be WINE.
Jul 3 2017
Dec 10 2016
I tried the 'Close as duplicate' the first time but didn't find QGIS. That was my mistake. I apologize.
Dec 3 2016
I know how the packages are made.
Dec 2 2016
Nov 21 2016
Oct 26 2016
If there's nothing wrong with this on the technical side of things, I wouldn't mind seeing this included. I've been meaning to look into some new games.
Oct 25 2016
Oct 16 2016
Oct 1 2016
@DataDrake I thought it would be an easy and open source launcher that could launch Vanilla Minecraft easily for people, versus creating the /opt/Minecraft/ directory, manually downloading the jar, and making a .desktop file.
Sep 14 2016
These are just small console games, what's wrong with packaging them in 32-bit? It's not like it's wasting resources. In any which case, these aren't really maintained by anyone, so there's not really an alternative. If it's not worth it, you can just mark this as invalid.