Re: We want task bar back. Pretty please.
- From: "Jason D. Clinton" <me jasonclinton com>
- To: Denys Vlasenko <dvlasenk redhat com>
- Cc: gnome-shell-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: We want task bar back. Pretty please.
- Date: Fri, 6 May 2011 17:26:42 -0500
On Fri, May 6, 2011 at 15:46, Denys Vlasenko <dvlasenk redhat com>
These four apps are: Firefox, Evolution, Xchat2 and terminal.
> > Trying.
> > Alt-F1, click -> Expose closes, app #1 launches.
> > Need to open Expose again, so:
> > Alt-F1, click -> Expose closes, app #2 launches.
> > Alt-F1, click -> Expose closes, app #3 launches.
> > Alt-F1, click -> Expose closes, app #4 launches.
> > This is still much slower than click-click-click-click in Gnome 2.
> ..and you cut out the bit where I recommended the actually-sane solution
> - if you know you're always going to launch the same four apps, just set
> them to launch automatically on login. Since this is possible, it's
> understandable that 'launch a known set of multiple apps in quick
> succession' is not a key design target for Shell's launching behaviour,
> since if you're going to do that all the time there are better ways to
> do it anyway.
I don't want to launch and terminal every time 100% of time.
I do it when I came *to work*. I don't do it at home.
This is a perfect example of why people should feel comfortable using suspend-to-RAM on Linux. And that's why we made it the default if the kernel tells us that your laptop hardware is known to suspend successfully.
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