Remember that the desktop *is* the start button for enlightenment and the other *box window managers (Blackbox, fluxbox, openbox et al). When the tutorial called QuickStart opens, there is no space left to hit the desktop and keep going/working. And there is no way for the new user to find out that clicking on the desktop is the beginning of everything. I had to cough up an xrandr to start desktop panning, put a little margin on the sides. One doesn't need to bring that cursor to a very small corner, simply to "start" getting productive. What's with that bar stretching all the way across the bottom? Looks too much like LXDE or cinammon or something; it seems to want to block you from shoving windows out or below, when the desktop allows you to go past those artificial boundaries, and into the next adjacent workspace.
There is a reason that the number one operating system is called "Windows"; not "Walls"--the latter isn't quite catchy. (/me takes off curmudgeon hat) This is Moksha, and there is no need to make it look like the old stuff.
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