2011/3/31 James Wilde <email@example.com>
On Mar 18, 2011, at 16:41 , Charles Marcus wrote:
On 2011-03-18 10:18 AM, Roderick A. Anderson wrote:
Until Unity and/or GONME3 if I understand their changes correctly. Each
open application is full screen and almost no way to get around it
That is insane... I would not use any software or desktop environment
that imposed such ludicrous and unfriendly conditions.
I agree with Charles that this is an idea that deserves to be killed -
along with its proposer - before it gets off the paper.
Just to make things clear, neither Gnome Shell nor Unity force a window to
be full-screen. While Gnome Shell does get rid of the "maximize"/"minimize"
window button, it uses dragging to and away from the top for maximizing and
minimizing. (It also adds dragging to the sides to make a window take up
half the screen.) Unity uses these same gestures, plus it keeps the
So both of these work very much like Windows 7, and there are no plans to
change this functionality.
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