Alt-tab still switches between windows in Gnome 3, doesn't it?
Ctrl-alt-D minimizes all windows...
I don't think that anybody in the FOSS world should need to look to Microsoft for UI
ideas... Microsoft does not have the capability to design a coherent UI with a long term
plan. MS is all about random featurism and user lockin.
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On Feb 11, 2012, at 6:49 PM, Paweł Kubik <engr.maxyan(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Well. I was thinking specifically about Gnome Shell. Someone has
recently complained that switching windows hot corner is very uncomfortable. Can anyone
fully agree? I can't. When I have many windows opened and I'm constantly opening
and closing them, it's great, however sometimes people need some integrated
When I am using only few windows I can remember which one has been opened first. Then the
best solution is surprisingly the one from Windows 7, where SuperKey+numbers switches to
corresponding window on the bar. It's so obvious and easy that we may think that we
have nothing to do with it. Of course it's false!
We can still make improvements. I simply want to introduce some ideas to increase out
productivity (well, maybe not best word for people who just talk). In the high school I
was forced to read poetry. At first I could it twenty times I don't see anything, but
analysing line by line let me deepen my interpretations. It didn't change my negative
attitude at all, but showed me how how much can be overlooked in overall view. (sorry if I
am obvious once again). The intuition may omit some things. By analysing single case we
can find solution for wide range of them, just as by analysing single verse of poem we can
find an idea for whole interpretation.
(I wouldn't like to be considered a great art lover who I'm not. I know that my
comparison may be less helpful as it pretended to be.)
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