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May-B better


Topaz Brainstorm

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May-B better

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Downloads:  4367
Submitted:  Nov 8 2006


I edited May-B to add my idea of a highly configurable virtual-desktop environment.

Programs, needed for special tasks can be added to so called \\\\\\\"deskfiles\\\\\\\" (a combination of desktop and profiles ;))
A loaded deskfile would open its own virtual desktop and automatically open all programs, needed for this special task. On the other side, every program should be linked to a deskfile, so everytime, one starts gimp, it will be moved to the graphics-desk. if the graphics-desk is not loaded, it will be automatically.
Programs, not linked to a desktop, will be opend on a general desktop AND the desktop, from wich they were started. As they are minimized, they will only be located on the general desktop.

So far my ideas. Hope you like them and understand my bad english.


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 by AxD on: Feb 16 2007
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How can i install this?



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 the theme

 by canibal on: Feb 28 2007
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Why I can't download it.

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 by Fanatux2 on: Mar 10 2007
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You can't download because it doesn't exist... it's a brainstorm where people try to find cool things for topaz (gnom3)

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 by thori on: Jul 22 2007
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Looks really great. I ould really like to have it here (if the sizes would be adjustable). Looks really smooth and light. I also like the idea with the ongoing icon. Good work, would be cool if it would become a part of Gnome :)

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 by funrun73 on: Jan 10 2009
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I like the style... it has a feeling that once refined, it would be less intrusive than current desktops (current desktops and this mockup are quick overwhelming)

1) Perhaps remove the vertical text from the active tasks on the left side. Make it horizontal text that only appears (or only moves to the foreground) when you mouse over). Takes little space when you maximize windows, but still can see the names of the programs/files.

2) Move the active tasks tight to the left side. Most of the new screens are widescreen, so this would maximize screen availability for other windows (assuming these graphics could be visible all the time to keep tabs on them)

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