Re: Unity feature I'd like to see in Gnome-Shell

Actually no, I can't even say that. Hitting the same place on the edge of the screen every time is way easier than hitting the window decorations, wherever they might be or however far it might be to the menu.

On Tue, May 3, 2011 at 3:54 PM, joshua simmons <simmons 44 gmail com> wrote:
Except that it's only a minor regression for those with massive screens, negligible (I still prefer it) for those with average screens, and it's a seriously huge advantage for the plethora of small screened devices out there.

On Tue, May 3, 2011 at 9:48 AM, John Stowers <john stowers lists gmail com> wrote:

> Also, the idea of a global menu bar is that it's much closer to your
> mouse than when inside an application window, as per Fitt's Law.

Oh I understand the theory, I just think it is *completely wrong* when
applied to a workflow containing either/any of

1) A very large screen
2) Non-maximised or non top-left anchored windows

Admittedly g-s doesn't really encourage #2 that well at the moment, but
the Unity global menu does a much better job of making my life misery
than g-s removing minimize button/window list.


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