Re: A dock

Hello Sebastien,

Also as a desktop user, I do think that would be awful. Your OS X example, is a good example why GNOME should avoid
intelligent hide docs. It doesn't even work either good on Elementary, or with extensions.

But since you like it, and since  you already know how you can use it, and since any distro can ship such an extension,
whats the point of making default? :/

- alex

On Sat, Apr 4, 2015 at 8:52 PM, Sébastien D. <se8 and gmail com> wrote:
First, I want to thank you and congratulate you for Gnome 3.16. It's a
great release and I'm in love with it : beautiful, simple, clean and
not bloated with useless features. We spend 99% of our time in a
browser nowadays and it's so cool to have this stellar browser :

But as a desktop user, the navigation between applications is a pain
to work with. I have tried hard to get used to, but it's still not a
smooth process. Maybe it's just me. Or maybe Gnome is more targeted
for laptops and tablets.

So, a quick idea : now that notifications have moved away, why not put
a permanent dock in the bottom of the screen (like OS X or something
like that) ?

I know that extensions can just do that, but it could be a good move
to win back desktop users (and distributions).

Thanks all, I wish you the best,

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