Re: minimize-to-tile would make for a more seamless experience

I think we can use the Dash like in NextStep OS. No?

All application have an icon on the dash and the dash are juste
auto-hide if user are don't on the "activities" layout (like the
Notifications and messaging tray).

Le mardi 01 février 2011 à 22:10 +0100, Christian Jäger a écrit :
> Am Dienstag, den 01.02.2011, 13:47 -0600 schrieb Jason D. Clinton:
> > I could articulate the minimize removal rationale to someone who asks
> > but what's the design rationale for the maximize button removal?
> > 
> > What's the status of a "send to back" button to replace the
> > functionality of minimize?
> I think that a way of managing the windows on the active workspace that
> spares us switching to activies overview unless we want to start a new
> activity or switch workspaces would help us with the perceived
> 'disruptiveness' of switching to the activities overview.
> My ideal would be to have downscaled representations of the non-active
> windows beside my active window all the time (except when having to
> windows opened side-by-side). That would make switching between windows
> really a breeze.
> Greets,
> Chris
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