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I've just read the article which quite vividly points out a usability weakness of GNOME and a good deal of its applications: Usability: is Gnome configurable enough?

Okay, you guys seem to have proven to me that I don't need Nautilus except for my desktop and my GNOME-panels. Thunar is definitely the ticket for me. However, I noticed that GNOME-terminal is another dog.