wowowolf at web.de
Tue May 18 18:14:00 CEST 2004
Quoting Thomas Henry Sutton <thsutton at utas.edu.au>:
> > I agree. The current alt-tabbing is not visually intuitive. To fix
> > it I suggest a few things. First, what has been suggested before.
> Additionally, implementing transparency would eat a lot of CPU time.
> Overall: were I to be asked to express an opinion either way, I would
> have to "vote" against this sort of "feature".
I think the xfdesktop list of windows would be useful for this:
it's already there (so less bloat and code) and it's keyboard navigable as
The only code missing is IMHO for calling it up on Alt-Tab without that
middle-mouseclick (and maybe Alt-Tab, Alt-Shift-Tab in addition to Cursor key
As a side benefit, Windows on all virtual workspaces become accessible by this.
Just my Eur0,02.
> On another note: As this is my first post (after lurking for ~875
> messages), I would like to say a very big thank-you to everyone who has
> contributed to my desktop of choice. XFCE is my desktop of choice, and
> will continue to be long into the future.
I feel the same - right now, XFCE has almost all the important features for me
without the bloat of the big guys KDE/Gnome, and OTOH lots of the polished
functioning and appearance that KDE/Gnome have.
-- Wolf Lichtenberger
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