Paul Barry wrote:
> Gavin McCullagh wrote:
>>> For future reference, GNU Screen is an absolutely blinding tool for this
>> sort of thing. It'll allow you (among many other features) to disconnect
>>> But does anyone else end up lost in multi-modal hell after 2 or 3 weeks
> without a reboot?
I've around 200 days uptime now. I alway close all windows before
going home for this reason.
>> Virtual desktops containing Konsoles with multiple sessions, containing
> screen, containing emacs with multiple buffers (or even multiple shells).
>> I end up with this ctrl-tab, alt-tab, shift left/right, ctrl-z <number>,
> C-x b continuum of tasks and 'places' where I am concurrently.
> There's only so much modality a brain can usefully handle. Maybe Apple's
> onto something with Exposé.
There's a hack for metacity also:
Personally I hate the way different apps implement
different/seperate tabbing mechanisms, though
I can see why they did it. Having the window manager
do it seems sensible to me. something like ion for e.g.:
Pádraig Brady - http://www.pixelbeat.org
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