Re: Why nested alt-tab?

There are two different currently used methods to consider or an alternative method as I started describing above. 
Problems with the current alt+tab (ubuntu/windows)
If there is sufficient interest I could create a graphical mockup of the last idea I described.

David Mulder

PS. I don't have ubuntu right now, as I can't install it with my cd drive broken and all usb's I have created not functioning. I however do follow the gnome-shell actively, as I think it might very well be the best UI I have seen ever and once I get ubuntu functioning I might help developing it as well, as I read it is partially written in _javascript_ (which I am quite good in). 

On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 2:41 PM, Gregory Petrosyan <gregory petrosyan gmail com> wrote:
On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 2:50 PM, Rovanion Luckey
<rovanion luckey gmail com> wrote:
> Why reinvent the wheel is the question you're asking?
> In a case where we conclude that the current ways of doing things is the
> best there ever will be we can stop developing Gnome Shell  totally since
> the optimal way of operating your desktop is already here.

OK: can anybody provide a good rationale for changing alt-tab? Or what
are the problems with windows-style one?

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