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 <firstname.lastname@example.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 want to
> 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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