[RDD] CentOS 7 (Beta) Appliance question
41001140 at interpring.com
Fri Jan 8 15:52:28 EST 2016
God, I'm starting to hate CentOS 7. The screen displays in 1360x768, but
there's a top and bottom bar that I can't make go away. With the bars
there, there's not enough space to display all of rdairplay, so the
Add/Delete/Move buttons aren't there.
In Gnome 3 on Debian 7, I could set these bars to "autohide", but CentOS
7's version of Gnome 3 doesn't seem to allow that. The only alternative
seems to be to increase to the next higher resolution, which is 1920x1080.
That's enough to show all of rdairplay, but all the text is now teeny-tiny
and wiggly. Our program hosts would go blind trying to use that.
Is NASA in charge of Gnome? I remember when NASA could land men on the
moon, and now it can't even get them into space. Gnome used to be much
more configurable; now you pretty much have to take it as it comes, and
CentOS doesn't seem to offer anything else.
What's this "Default (Local)" thing that appears in the upper left corner?
It doesn't seem to do anything, and it covers the Applications menu,
making it difficult to launch any programs.
Apologies for the whine.
Я там, где ребята толковые,
Я там, где плакаты "Вперёд",
Где песни рабочие новые
Страна трудовая поёт.
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