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KDE4 Brainstorm

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Submitted:  Aug 14 2006

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Well, I guess since xgl is so tied up with kde these days I think a good feature that KDE4 should have in conection with KDE4 s this:
You may have noticed that the 3D CUBE is very simple to use,
This encourages people to have lots of windows open,
Once you have many windows open your virtual desktops may get very messy (I know you may say there is a feature that organizes, I know that too. My comment is about something else)
Sometimes you bring a window to one of the desktops, the one you\\\\\\\'re currently working on because you don\\\\\\\'t wanna have to go from desktop to desktop just to do a little change on the application,
KDE4 should have a better way to manage that instead of doing like 3 mouse clicks (currently) to take an application to another or the actual virtual desktop

THen, with the cube desktop and the feature that lets you see all of the windows from all the desktops (I don\\\\\\\'t know the keys) I think that once you see the app on scren (currently alt+tab) you could click twice on the app that you want to bring over your current desktop instead of dragging it around through CUBE.
Comments are expected!

I direct you to a video that show the app switcher:




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 Another idea

 
 by fabiamo on: Aug 14 2006
 
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Reading your article, I had a different idea on solving the "move-windows-over-workspaces" problem, which is very close to the current functionality of switching the desktop using the scroll wheel when the mouse is over some piece of visible background.

How about dragging the windows to other workspaces using drag-scroll-drop?


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 DRAGGING WINDOWS

 
 by anditosan2 on: Aug 14 2006
 
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Yeah! I like that idea too, I think it could make the xgl experience a little efortless on the user. I mean that one would not take up much time taking a window around. I think anything that eases the process is fine and I take your idea because including mouse clicks would even make harder. Cool!


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 kompose and desktops

 
 by gollum on: Aug 20 2006
 
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And what about a Kompose (or it's xgl replacement) improvement whitch may display any of the virtual desktop let's say down the screen and anyone whould just have to ALT F12 to Kompose and then drag and drop the app "icon" view to the desktop "icon" view ?


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