Actually, when compared to F8 main greeting panel, it is less then attactive.
I found that graphics manipulation with Fedora takes a fairly hefty load on the cpu,
particularly when you do use an integrated graphics adapter.
And when running under a virtual machine, you should recognize that the virtual system is
time sliced, and therefore expect it to appear choppy.
A similar problem occurs with compiz and virtual machine.
Quasar Jarosz <quasar(a)ja.rosz.org> wrote: > 3) Why is there an animation between
clicking my name and typing my
password?!?! Even Windows XP welcome screen is better than this! I
log in NOW, not when the animation is complete.
Some of us like the animation, we find it polished.
5) It's ugly.
Some of us find it's simplicity to be beautiful. Like me.
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