Re: Switching Between Applications in Gnome 3

Hi Emmanuele,

Le 17/06/2013 18:38, Emmanuele Bassi a écrit :
On 17 June 2013 17:09, Luis Menina <liberforce freeside fr> wrote:
I also whish one could cycle through the tabs of a tabbed application
using just Alt+Tab too, gnome shell handling the tabs, to find the tab
of the same application I was using 5s ago.

you really, *really* don't want this.

I currently have two Firefox windows open, the first with 41 tabs
(after I did a couple rounds of garbage collection, last night I was
at around 70), the other with ~50 tabs. then I have four or five
terminal instances, and within each I have between 3 and 7 tabs. tabs
are cheaper than windows, so people *do* use a ton of those. the
selector would become incredibly tiny, and hard to navigate —
*especially* on low-resolution displays like a netbook.

YMMV. I don't use many tabs at once, a few for terminals. A dozen for firefox. Once all tabs don't fit on the tab bar, there are too many of them for me. But I totally understand your point.

This is not for the previews in the shell that I miss that, but more for Alt+Tab, though for consistency's sake, both features would be impacted. Just forget it.

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