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BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On 2006-03-07, The Ghost In The Machine spake thusly: Great post! I remember an article I read not so long ago about the dept. of homeland security (I...
I don't recall the Mac version having transparency. The Mac I used is no longer mine (it replaced one that no longer works), so I'm not going to bother checking it again. I recall it simply being a plain-jane pager-multi-desktop manager.
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BearItAll on Tuesday 07 March 2006 15:07 I have seen another virtual desktop-pager combo-application for Win32. Live demonstration by a colleague was even worse than the above i.e. more unappealing; rather appalling...
I'm not surprised. The hokey M$ one isn't all that great for that part either. I don't even use the mtlti-desk preview. I just always make sure to keep the things I run on the same desktops on every machine so I know where to go.
It's not like I keep that many things running anyway. Instability and slowness and all. But I usually have an explorer window opened, the maintenance Debt Management program I have to use and Outhouse. Maybe Firefox as well, maybe not.
I used skippy once before, but the laptop was really not equipped graphically to use it. This machine works better with it.
I'd forgotten about it until you mentioned it. It's in the repository, so I installed it and turned it on.
I never found skippyd either. Or skippy-xd (for use on xorg). Since it didn't work well before I never bothered looking too hard. Maybe I'll look into it this time.
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