Originally Posted by inthemood
we can't access the system fonts or the pre-installed dictionary for example (if only to remove it) or any other elements one might wish to view. It's just strange not to be able to access things freely in an open system.
Exactly the same situation is with pocketbook you have mentioned as allowing access to system files. Onyx is more open than pocketbook since all applications run with root privileges. But pocketbook's soft more flexible (in area of user customization) and consistent. Do we looking for access to the system files or we just need more convenient soft allowing performing necessary customizations? And finally, I don't find it is strange. In open system you may access things freely if you know how.