Fwd: Why nested alt-tab?

Just thought I would +1 this issue, as this stroke me as rather odd as well when seeing it the first time. Practically alt+tab is used to only cycle through the last two or three windows and not even that much to find a single window (at least that's how I use it and how I have seen a most (if not all) others use it as well). I can't think of any good UI, but at the very least the nested UI seems to be decreasing rather than increasing efficiency.
 David Mulder

On Sat, Mar 13, 2010 at 11:19 AM, Gregory Petrosyan <gregory petrosyan gmail com> wrote:
Sorry if this is explained in details somewhere, but here's my question: why
on earth does gnome-shell use "nested" alt-tab? IMO the whole idea of
Gnome-Shell is "flat instead of nested" (which makes perfect sense), and which
makes overlay mode so good.

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