Re: [kde] grouping tasks in taskbar
- Date: Tue, 12 May 2015 13:26:57 -0300
- From: Christian <cnngimenez@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [kde] grouping tasks in taskbar
Amazing! You're right! taskbar is so noising! I'm trying those tips now! Thanks! :-) El Mar 12 May 2015 14:09:41 Duncan escribió: > ianseeks posted on Tue, 12 May 2015 14:16:45 +0100 as excerpted: > > On Tuesday 12 May 2015 11:57:52 Gunther Clasen wrote: > >> Hi, > >> > >> I am pretty new to kde 4 (not kde, which I've been using for 15+ years > >> now), > >> and some things puzzle me. I am used to grouping tasks in the taskbar, > >> and kde4 didn't migrate that setting from kde3. Now with the taskbar > >> full of applications (it needs only 5 applications open to fill the > >> taskbar on a wide-screen monitor), there seems to be NO WAY to > >> configure the taskbar to group the tasks. One needs to close the > >> applications first in order to have free space on the taskbar to do a > >> right-click to bring up the config menu. > >> > >> Is that behaviour actually intended, or have I missed something? > >> > >> Cheers Gunther > > > > Have you tried a right click on the taskbar? I get grouping options on > > the window that pops up. > > Umm... he /said/ with the taskbar full (5 apps is all it took), there's > no way to right-click on the taskbar, without clicking on an app entry > instead. (Apparently app-entries don't have the appropriate options, I > don't use a taskbar so I wouldn't know.) > > So he has tried it; there's just nowhere left exposed to click. > > > > As I said, no taskbar here. Kde4 has so many other switching methods and > effects available (alt-tab/win-tab are set to thumbnail switch and flip- > switch here, cube (win-c, and hot-top-right-corner, with win-shift-c and > win-ctrl-c variants for cylinder and globe instead), grid (win-g), expose > (hot-top-edge same desktop, hot top-left-corner all desktops), and simply > sloppy focus-follows-mouse switching with click-to-raise, plus a couple > others I don't even have a trigger assigned for), I simply don't need a > taskbar, and I find it more a nuisance (either taking valuable desktop > space or popping up at inconvenient times if I have it set autohide) than > helpful. > > Meanwhile, ironic that he's upgrading to kde4, just as it is getting > deprecated and people are switching to kde5. > > Tho I guess most haven't switched yet, including me as kwin5 appears to > be broken on my radeon turks (hd6670 IIRC) with native kernel/mesa/xorg > graphics drivers, but more and more distros are introducing it. -- Me estoy mudando a cnngimenez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. Es recomndable que me responda allí. Utilice firmas digitales y cifrado para sus correos. https://emailselfdefense.fsf.org/ ,= ,-_-. =. ((_/)o o(\_)) `-'(. .)`-' \_/ Christian.
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