I never interact with my desktop - it's just a backdrop for whatever I'm doing if that happens not to cover the screen, which is uncommon. If I wanted an interactive window, I'd use an interactive window and get the benefit of the usual alt-tab behaviour, and other window management features. Hence I personally find the Plasma desktop to be a flashy gimmick of no real value or interest - so far no real examples seem to have been given of how it's used for anything but bling - so activities seem rather useless.
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