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"Save session as file"

  

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Submitted:  Aug 21 2006

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I think it would be cool, if the session manager allowed one to save the session as a file. Then users could open multiple programmes in the right position and state, just by clicking a thumbnail.




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 topaz

 
 by DrMegahertz on: Aug 21 2006
 
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Ah, I've seen this one before :)

It's an interesting idea, even if it could be polished a bit.

It would be nice to see this approach being used with virtual desktops, as I often use my #1 desktop for web, #2 for multimedia, #3 for programming etc..

Great idea!


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 by garoth on: Aug 21 2006
 
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Hey,

One of the big things that Topaz wants is to be a "task oriented desktop." That means that they will likely make some sort of way of setting what things that you want to have while in lets say "work mode."

In work mode, you might have non-work contacts gone, and non-work programs gone from menus...

Sound like a similar concept. This takes it a step further by loading your apps in too.


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 =)

 
 by QUASARFREAK on: Aug 22 2006
 
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look like a nice idea, and if the .session can save the look and feel that we are using we can upload that file to a host and make with a simple click any gnome session looks like our own, that will be awesome.


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 I like it

 
 by hizaguchi on: Sep 12 2006
 
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That's a really cool idea. It would be awesome to just put all your work on hold with a single button, so it just saves and becomes an alternative session you can select at any time. Then, for example, at lunch time you could just click the button and quickly switch from work to goofing off, and seamlessly resume later.


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 Re: I like it

 
 by loungechair on: Oct 29 2006
 
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wouldn't it be at least as easy to just switch to a different virtual desktop?


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 Similar concept...

 
 by cwells on: Nov 7 2006
 
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What I've had in mind is that Nautilus could have a "current working directory" for the desktop. For instance, if a user starts in ~/Desktop and that has a folder named "Projects" then selecting that folder on the desktop would change the desktop to display the contents of the Projects folder, replacing the previous icons.

Further, if each workspace (virtual desktop) could have its own work space, then it would be even more useful. I typcially keep related programs on separate desktops already, but having the actual desktop contain related folders and files would rock.


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 The Dashboard-Widget

 
 by mike-on-the-bike on: Jan 14 2007
 
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Hi,
Nice theme, i've just reinstalled my system here and i've ended up with a groovy looking gnome. Tho im missing a transparent OSX-vista like dashboard widgets. I was wondering where to get it?

Incredibly nice desktop i must say =)

-Mike


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