it happens to me too sometimes but it does not bother me that much...
a solution could be to be able to switch the menu's position from top
On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 8:39 AM, Chuck Anderson <cra(a)wpi.edu> wrote:
On Sat, Apr 23, 2011 at 10:32:19AM -0400, Chuck Anderson wrote:
> After using Gnome 3/Shell for a couple months now, it has really grown
> on me. I have one UI annoyance that I wonder if the designers could
> comment on. When I'm using a maximized application like Firefox or
> Chromium, I often have to move the mouse to near the upper-left corner
> to activate a tab or use the forward/back buttons or File menu.
> Sometimes, rather often, I overshoot and accidentally activate the
> overview mode hot corner. I believe this mostly happens with Chromium
> since it doesn't use the standard system title bar, leaving the tabs
> and other controls a lot closer to the hot corner. But it does
> sometimes happen with standard apps too. I'm not sure how tweak the
> design to prevent this from happening, but I'm wondering if this has
> come up before and been considered.
I've since turned on the standard system title bars in Chromium, and
I'm still accidentally activating overview mode (although less
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