Good evening everyone!
Just installed Zorin OS 16 lite...i am seriously thinking of buying the full version too.
I love how it immediately detected my system, a Ryzen 9 5900x with a GPU RTX 3060 with no issues - and it just runs!...it seems to just work, mac os style (actually no...mac os is rather ■■■■ to be honest... :P)
Saving me the hassle of driver installing is awesome!
It also looks quite slick and clean.
i do have one single thing which makes me deeply unhappy - *and that has to do with the way LibreOffice suite looks like on this OS...its GUI *
However, in order for everyone to understand what i want to say, please go use LibreOffice on LinuxMint ...or Ubuntu...or Debian ...or OpenSUSE...or CentOS...or Elementary etc!
See on those systems (particularly on Debian/Ubuntu derivates OSes) what LibreOffice Writer/ Calc look like...) and then see what Libre suite looks like on ZorinOS!
Unlike its debian/ubuntu cousins, for some unknown reason, on Zorin, the Libre suite looks...garbage!
Menus are all shuffled and re-arranged in a totally unnatural, counterintuitive fashion!
Not only this, but in each major menu category, some commonly used options are on the far right side of the screen, away from the rest of the options !
Its mind bogglingly difficult to find even the most common options - page formatting, auto-correct etc because all the menus - the entire GUI - has been allmost fully reshuffled!
WHY does ZorinOS not use the same LibreOffice GUI that Ubuntu/ Linux Mint use ...
Please, go see for yourselves how organically LibreOffice suite - Writer and Calc - looks like and feels on those distros...and how unnatural and counter-intuitive it looks like and behaves on ZorinOS !
Open up a VirtualBox of both distros and please see for yourselves!
is there a way to make LibreOffice on ZorinOS look like the LibreOffice on Linux Mint/Debian/Ubuntu ?!?
After all...isnt Zorin a ubuntu derivative ?!