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Would you find the caja-terminal extension useful? Follow the link below to see it in action and cast your vote.
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How many of you use a clipboard manager? :-) If other or none, leave a comment and elaborate. Thanks!
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Diodon
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CopyQ
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Parcellite
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Other
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What video player should Ubuntu MATE 17.10 ship by default?
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GNOME MPV
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VLC

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The wallpaper competition finalists have been selected, come and vote for your favourite. The winner will become the new default!
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We are considering changing the default layout in 17.10 to Pantheon that features the Brisk Menu and Plank dock.

Only the default will change. Other layouts (including the current Ubuntu MATE layout) will continue to be available in MATE Tweak.
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Yes, Pantheon by default
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No, traditional by default
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Which panel layout do you use, or use to build on, as your main UI configuration in Ubuntu MATE?

#twt
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Cupertino
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Mutiny
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Redmond
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Your own custom layout

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Caja elemtary ?

Is it possible to modify caja to add an "elementary" module like the old one for nautilus ? Maybe, it could be great (http://www.webupd8.org/2011/03/install-nautilus-elementary-2322-in.html)

I really like nautilus with elementary modifications. I don't know if it is possible. It is just an idea !

What do you think about it ? Good or bad idea ?

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We're edging it, come and help us own it 😉
What about Mint Mate VS Ubuntu Mate ?
Could you expand on that ?

What about power consumption ? I think Mint is using less power but I might be wrong
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There is a proposal being discussed on the Ubuntu Development mailing list to determine if/when Ubuntu Desktop will drop i386 iso images. Flavours, such as Ubuntu MATE, have the option to continue making i386 iso images although there are some security considerations in doing so.

This is a complex discussion, but what I'm interested to know is do any of you absolutely require i386 iso images for your hardware? I'd also like to hear from +FixIT - Leeds Coop​​​​ and +Ken Starks​​​​ to understand how the potential removal of i386 images might affect your organisations.
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I only have amd64 capable hardware
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I have amd64 hardware but use i386 isos
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