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Con Hides many settings
GNOME sometimes reduces the whole interface to the absolute minimum, a few examples:
- GNOME hides many advanced options/settings in its interfaces
- Toolbars can't be edited without external tools
- Menubars have been removed in favor of a hamburger menu
- Newer GTK versions remove icons inside popupmenus and menu mnemonics
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