Niall O Broin wrote:
> On 27 May 2006, at 00:06, Sonic wrote:
>>>> longer having my desktop pager, you can stick your cube
>>> transitions where the sun don't shine.
>>>>> I've seen it going and I have to say it's pretty shit hot cool.
>> Imagine the situation where you have a different NX session/Xen
>> virtual machine on each screen. The animated switches between
>> screens really helps you keep you're mind on which is which.
>>> How, exactly? I find appropriate labelling of desktops, windows etc.
> works much better in this regard.
>>> Also, imagine demonstrating your new system to a potential client.
>> The animated switch here could be the difference between getting the
>> deal and not.
>>> Well, in the market where I work, getting the deal depends on being
> able to do the job. You'll find this is not that unusual. An animated
> desktop switch as a deal clincher? I hardly think so (unless of
> course the work involved providing just such a desktop switch)
>>Having your period today Niall?
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