Based on Singu? So so. Okay, but what happened to the real Singularity? The official version I get from the AUR doesn’t work anymore. 😦 And making Genesis available for Ubuntu/Mint is of no use since nobody in their right mind is using such unsophisticated Linuxes anyway.
It’s a shame since I guess most Singu users were on some sort of Arch Linux and in so far I assume Genesis’ user numbers will skyrocket once they make it available from the AUR. Pleez pleez, people. I can hardly wait to get rid of FS. 😐
Inara Pey: Living in a Modemworld
Genesis is the name for a new v1.x UI styled viewer, officially released on November 5th, 2022 (although nightly builds have been available for some time via the Genesis website). It is primarily by MelanieCosti and Torric Rodas, supported by a group of QA and nightly build testers.
At the time of writing, the release version is 1.1.522, and accompanying the release is a set of video resources available via the Genesis Viewer You Tube Channel (see below) to help people gain some insight into the viewer and also to learn how to use some of the features incorporated into it – notably those obtained using code provided by other TPVs.
The following is not intended to to be a full review of the Genesis viewer 1.1.522 release, but rather to provide a general overview of the viewer (particularly from the perspective of those more familiar with the v6.x UI…
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