Re: Busy-cursor?

> M> I think a better idea than this would be a small panel applet to
> M> show disk access and perhaps CPU load.
> But that wouldn't necessarily mean the same thing.  The point of the
> busy-cursor thing, as I understood it, was that it would show that
> there's an app launched from the panel that's on its way, so don't
> keep clicking on it.  

Correct. Launching an application does not necessarily mean full CPU load
(Netscape on my computer never takes more than 50% when starting up), or
intensive disk-IO. 

Peter Åstrand <>,
Master of Computerscience and Engineering student at Linköping University

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