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Re: Fedora Expose?



On Tue, 5 Oct 2004 16:36:04 +1100, Daniel Harrison <dgharrison gmail com> wrote:
> I agree with dave,
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> I would also point out this would GREATLY improve the usability of Gnome or KDE
> 
> Daniel

Hmm. Looks cool but ALT-TAB is simpler and works for me :-). Just
pointing it out in case anyone doesn't know about it. It's been in
Windows since 3.1 or so, and I know a lot of Windows nerds who've
never seen it.

The Mac way is clearly the more visual way, as usual, and that will
work lots better for many people. And ALT-TAB definitely gets clunky
when I have more than about 6 windows open, which is not terribly
common (especially now that the GIMP makes fewer windows). I guess if
you're opening a new window with every folder (gnome 2.6 likes to do
this, right?) you'll have too many windows pretty quickly.



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> On Mon, 4 Oct 2004 21:48:22 -0700, Dave Stevens <geek uniserve com> wrote:
> > I've been reading about the Apple expose feature (at
> > http://www.apple.com/macosx/features/expose/) and it seems like it would be
> > very nice to have and not all that hard to do. Does anyone know of work to
> > provide this functionality in Fedora?
> >
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