__/ [ Jeremy Fisher ] on Monday 24 April 2006 14:19 \__
> DFS wrote:
>> A card game, a radio stream playing, a Gimp session, an Xgl script being
>> edited, and 5 transparent windows rendering the system almost unreadable.
> I see that it is on desktop 1, what about desktop 2, or 3, or 4..20, could
> be they are using several virtual desktops using various WM with up to 20
> desktops each. Can windows use more than a single desktop? Does Windows
> have virtual WM? Can I have different desktops ie Gnome, KDE, Fluxbox, all
> running at the same time on windows?
> You clearly have no idea.
>> Linux: for when you get tired of real work
> Windows: A bit like waiting for the next earthquake to hit, when still
> recovering from the aftershocks of the last one.
Not to worry. Even Windows has some purposeless eye candy. Paul Thurrott got
me all excited about Aero Glass, too.
,----[ Quote ]
| "the reality of glass windows is
| that they stink ... But the visual difference between the topmost
| window (that is, the window with which you are currently interacting,
| or what we might describe as the window with focus) and any other
| windows (i.e. those windows that are visually located "under" the
| topmost window) is subtle at best. More to the point, you can't tell
| topmost windows from other windows at all. And don't pretend you can."
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