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Mandriva 2007 Metisse Edition

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I’ve tried out Mandriva 2007 Metisse Edition and have discovered a few things which I would like to share:

* Metisse kicks ass, and there’s no doubt about it. The window-rolling copy and paste feature is beautiful in its simplicity and ease-of-use, and I just couldn’t stop playing with it Wink
* It also offers transparency.

However, in my opinion, it’s still not ready for prime time: there are still a good number of bugs which need to be fixed. I encountered the following:

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