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Visible link between taskbar windows

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Visible link between taskbar windows
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Downloads:  411
Submitted:  Jan 5 2009

Description:

Pretty self-explanatory, really. Quickie GIMPed up screenshot, it could look different in the actual implementation. Also, the colors could be themeable.

It could be triggered by a key combo. Or, you could hover over a taskbar entry to show a link to a single window, or even vice-versa.

Don't bother downloading the file, it's the exact same as the screenshot.




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 by clone4crw on: Jan 5 2009
 
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I like it!!!


The box said to install Windows Vista or better, So I installed Debian Linux
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 Too noisy

 
 by pato on: Jan 5 2009
 
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For my taste, this would be too noisy. Also, it may not work well with lots of windows open.

However, I want to congratulate you for such a fresh and original idea!.


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 bah!

 
 by mackos on: Jan 5 2009
 
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unutility!


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 not ToPaZ but compiz-fusion

 
 by mistyrouge on: Jan 5 2009
 
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I think it's a quite good idea, It can be very usefull to make it appear when the mouse is over one representation of a window in the task bar (sorry I don't know the word for this).
Maybe this shouldn't be added to ToPaZ but to compiz-fusion. (I think it should be in the same category than window preview.)


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 Re: not ToPaZ but compiz-fusion

 
 by maxtothemax on: Jan 6 2009
 
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Yeah, I'd thought of the possibility of "scrubbing" the taskbar as well.

When I get some time, I could do a more-detailed, possibly animated mockup.


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 i like it

 
 by khaledkhalil on: Feb 8 2009
 
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i like the idea.
imagine a plant branches theme with windows as leafs.
or those links as chinese art that is drawn smoothly from bottom (taskbar) to top (window) when mouse hover taskbar entry.
unfortunately, i will not use it because i like maximized windows, but i love beauty, and i know many users use windows unmaximized, that should give them excitement at first, and comfort in everyday use.


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