Re: A task panel
- From: Kao Chen <kaochen2 gmail com>
- To: gnome-shell-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: A task panel
- Date: Tue, 18 May 2010 10:20:23 +0200
If we push the idea a little more.
In many situations, people can't use the keyboard to make an Alt-Tab.
We can make a mix between the actual Alt-Tab and the Clock Hotspot.http://nsa14.casimages.com/img/2010/05/18/100518095116505038.jpg
And I don't know if it's possible, but when you pass on, the clock shows the Alt tab and when you click on him, it's opening the calendar as usual.
2010/5/16 Kao Chen <kaochen2 gmail com>
I am very confused by the task bar's death.
It's very confusing my work. I change to an other application several times by minutes in order to build my mockups.
I always need to go back to the overview to find the good one.
Each time I go back I lose time trying to recognize the good application. Some of them have a look very close.
And many Times I don't reminder from which desktop I come from.
In my idea, the Overview is where your organize your work, and the fullscreen, the place where you work. Go back all the time ,It's very boring. It's give me headache too (really).
In order to be constructive, I made a new little mockup here:
I replace the existing calendar by a task panel. (I don't really understand the purpose of this solitary calendar.)
The clock become an hotspot to get a quickly access.
I add few separator in order to show the distribution between desktops
I add also an access to desktop, I miss that too.
Thanks for listening
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