I've been using Fedora sing F10. I've loved F10! But, I must commit, that F11 wasn't that cool. And, to my pity, I also must commit, that F12 isn't cool at all :/(.
Here are the few annoying I disliked in F12 the most.
1)no configuration tools; it's when you go to System/Administration; yes, that's easy to install them, but how would I know, for example, that the menu editing tool is named alacarte?
2)I cannot remove icons from Menu Bar; that used to work in F10 and F11, but in some reasons does not work in F12; the gconf2 tool removes the icons only from few menus, not from all and not from Menu Bar;
3)no gnome login sound? it's turned on, but it isn't played;
4)X11 freeze; don't know why, but X11 freezes when I log in; but only the first time I start the computer; after reboot everything works fine;
5)login screen; why doesn't the field to enter password appear? it appears only after the second login or after second password entry (if authentication failure);
6)I've installed OpenBox; there are two new options in session selector: gnome-openbox and openbox; but when I start gnome, gnome-openbox is started anyway;
7)I've got my USB stick mounted on desktop after it's been ejected and after few reboots; it's still there.
I also must say, that none of these 'bugs' used to be present nor it F10, nor in F11.
So, do you experience the same troubles? What do you think of this?
Does Fedora have some troubles?