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Shell and Zeitgeist: the future of GNOME?

Shell and Zeitgeist: the future of GNOME?

Posted Apr 24, 2009 19:28 UTC (Fri) by RainCT (guest, #57473)
Parent article: Shell and Zeitgeist: the future of GNOME?

┬źNor is the user experience helped by the fact that you currently have to make frequently wide sweeps with the mouse up to the Activities button, although no doubt keybindings will eventually remove this annoyance.┬╗

Try Alt+F1 (which works as well for gnome-panel) or the super key.


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Shell and Zeitgeist: the future of GNOME?

Posted Apr 25, 2009 18:53 UTC (Sat) by ncm (subscriber, #165) [Link]

What "super" key?

Shell and Zeitgeist: the future of GNOME?

Posted Apr 25, 2009 19:37 UTC (Sat) by RainCT (guest, #57473) [Link]

The key next to Alt

Posted Apr 25, 2009 19:47 UTC (Sat) by ncm (subscriber, #165) [Link]

Oh, that thing. So, what happens, exactly, in this new desktop regime when I poke the proprietary-logo or cloverleaf key?

The key next to Alt

Posted Apr 25, 2009 20:06 UTC (Sat) by RainCT (guest, #57473) [Link]

Perhaps that it displays/hides the overlay (ie., it does the same as clicking on "Activities")?

Why don't you try it out yourself ;).


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