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linux howtos: Beryl: Usability [Parts iv & v]

Feb 20, 2007, 10:45 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to dmbkiwi for this link. ]

From Part iv:

"One problem I often find with switchers (both in beryl and in other window managers) is that they either only give an icon (for conventional switchers) or three thumbnails. While you can switch through those three thumbnails, if you've got 10 or 15 windows open, it becomes quite unweildy to flick through them, and quite often you end up pressing the tab key so fast, you often flick past the desired window, because you only see it once before it becomes the selected window, you don't have time to react. Beryl provides a couple of solutions to this issue..."

Complete Story (Part iv)

Complete Story (Part v)

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