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Re: Is there an applet/icon for the panel that hides all thewindows, like in windows?



ons 2002-12-25 klockan 16.05 skrev Aaron Konstam:
> On Wed, Dec 25, 2002 at 06:48:51AM +0100, Kent Nyberg wrote:
> > Hello!
> > 
> > I am wondering if there exists some kind of applet or icon for the gnome
> > panel that hides all the open windows on the desktop, like in windows.
> > I use only one workspace but some times i have several windows open and
> > want to access the desktop, a quick click to get to the desktop would
> > then be nice!
> > Is there something like this out there some where?
> > 
> > Have a nice day!
> > 
> > -- 
> > Kent Nyberg.
> > ICQ: 145375073
> 
> -m not sure what you mean but it seems to me that is how the Gnome
> panel works, All open and closed windows (as well as applications
> running) appear on the panel. As do representations of the
> workspaces with open windows in them.
> What do you really want?- 
> -------------------------------------------

I want something like the "show desktop" (i think it is called that) in
windows.
If i have lots of windows on the desktop and want to access the desktop
then it would be nice just to be able to click on the little icon on the
panel to show the desktop, do you get it?
Right now i have anjuta, gnomeicu, evolution, mozilla and gnome-terminal
running. If I now wanted to acces one thing on the desktop (for example,
my directory with lots of pictures, or something else that i have on my
desktop) then i would have to hide all the windows with lots of
clicking. A simple click on the "show desktop" would be much nicer.
Do you get it now? Boot up windows to see the icon on the panel if you
dont know what i mean.


-- 
Kent Nyberg.
ICQ: 145375073






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