One big reason why I love pacmanXG is because of application screenshots.(which is very common in the apt-get GUI side but very rare in the arch side.)
I’ve tried few pacman GUI’s like gnome-packagekit, appset-qt and pacmanXG.
[gnome-packagekit[/url:1k4gz1ha] doesn’t show screenshots, doesn’t give any warning(you remove one package and it removes everything connected to it, no warning), basically nothing but a “pacman -S , -Ss, -R,” frontend but offers “install packages from tarballs”(you double-click on pkg.tar.xz and install it as if u’re installing a .apk in android).
The upcoming [gnome-software 3.14[/url:1k4gz1ha] seems to beat all other pacman GUI frontends in terms of looks.(can’t talkmuch about it now as it’s not yet implemented completely)
[appset-qt[/url:1k4gz1ha] again doesn’t show screenshots but has one nice feature of loading the project’s website directly in the UI. but constantly consumes 70-80MB RAM all the time(even after closing it, unless you do a “killall appset-qt”).
and PacmanXG[/url:1k4gz1ha], We know very less number of softwares come up with their screenshots in pacmanXG (compared to total no of packages).
So, I just wanted to know if their’s any way that I can upload the screenshots of the softwares that i have installed in my system?]2]1]0