Sorry, this is simply not the case. Gnome 3 wants to teach you how to use your computer and prevents you from doing what you were doing before. Gnome 1 was probably the most customizable release. Then gnome 2 made it more "user friendly" by moving all the customization to gconf-editor-only options. Then gnome 3 just took it all away. I mean, if gnome 3 had gotten it right, it might still have been better than gnome 2, but certainly not more customizable.
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