On Thursday 27 November 2008 19:23:09 Linuxguy123 wrote: > On Thu, 2008-11-27 at 21:00 +0000, Anne Wilson wrote: > > On Thursday 27 November 2008 20:50:03 Marcelo Magno T. Sales wrote: > > > Em Qui 27 Nov 2008, Anne Wilson escreveu: > > > > On Thursday 27 November 2008 17:56:53 Linuxguy123 wrote: > > > > > So... next question... If I remove the task manager widget from the > > > > > panel, where do apps go when I minimize them ? Or do I need a > > > > > second panel for that ? > > > > > > > > That one I can't answer :-) I'm not brave enough to try it :-) > > > > > > > > I guess you would be able to put it back, if necessary. But how > > > > you'd reach your minimized apps I've no idea. > > > > > > The minimized applications would not be visible, but would be > > > accessible using ALT+TAB. You can add a task manager widget to any > > > panel you like. Now that auto-hide is back, perhaps you would like to > > > create a retractable panel with the task manager widget in it. > > Wow, this is getting deep. I love the pop up task manager, but ALT-TAB > key combination is a bit tricky. > > > Excellent. More ways to provide for preferences :-) Must add this to > > http://userbase.kde.org. > > Anne: how about asking the developers to put the task manager on the > right click of the desktop area. That would be super neat and much > easier to find/remember than ALT-TAB. > You mean on a context menu? I know some work is being done on context menus, but I'd have to read up on what's planned. > I can't believe I am liking KDE 4.1.3. Mind you, I am not using Folder > Views at all. But that is a topic for another time. I have two quite small folderviews on my desktop. They are set to give me instant access to my home partition on the server and the data partition. Although I could get to them perfectly easily by navigation in dolphine this way is much quicker. :-) Anne
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