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On Monday 05 December 2005 11:09, Janne Ojaniemi wrote:

> When the user moves the cursor to the edge of the screen (or by using oth=

er
> means, described below), the screen would smoothly start to scroll to that
> direction. There would be no separate desktops as such, there would just =

be
> a virtual "strip" of desktop, that the user could smoothly navigate. Apps
> could be located in different parts of the strip, and the user could swit=

ch
> between them easily.
>
> In the bottom of the screen we would have the Navigation-strip. It would
> show the strip, and the apps user has running on it. The user could launch
> different apps to different parts of the strip, and they would be display=

ed
> in corresponding location on the navigation-strip. The user could click on
> the app, and he would be taken to the correct location on the strip, with
> the app up & running. The Navigation-strip would contain a viewfinder or
> something that show the user the area of the strip he's currently looking
> at.


So this would be like an X setup with a greater virtual than physical width=
=20
but with kicker moving along instead of being expanded?

Cheers,
Kevin

=2D-=20
Kevin Krammer
Qt/KDE Developer, Debian User
Moderator: www.mrunix.de (German), www.qtforum.org

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