Re: Workspace Switcher Loop?

On Sun, 2005-04-17 at 15:38 -0400, Chris Spencer wrote:
> Is there a way to configure the workspace switcher, so that when you 
> navigate using keyboard shortcuts, the first workspace is logically 
> adjacent to the last? That is, if I'm at the first workspace, and I 
> naviagate "left", I'll be switched to the last workspace automatically? 
> And conversly, if I'm at the last workspace, and I navigate "right", 
> I'll be switched to the first workspace?
> Currently, if you're at the first, the only way to get the last is to 
> use the mouse or key through every workspace, which is inconvenient.

That's not true. There are keyboard shortcuts available to directly
switch (or move windows) to *any* workspace.

Run 'gnome-keybinding-properties' and see these settings:

  Window Management / Switch to workspace X
  Window Management / Move window to workspace X

Anyway, as long as you don't intend to implement this yourself or at
least discuss whether this would be a good feature, questions like this
seem more appropriate for the general purpose gnome list [1] than a
devel one...



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