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Originally posted by qwijibow apart from you, i dont think there isy demand for the feature.. its useless...
it it did get integreated, it would rpob trigger anouther... KDE's gettin too bloated wave of posts.
True. But I do work on several things. Sometimes I even do them at once. I would like to have seperate icons for writing on one desktop, web design on another, Linux related on a third, personal/games on the fourth, etc... This way it keeps things in order and not to cluttered. I hate desktops that have so many icons it takes an hour to find what you need. If not icons then maybe customizable task bars for each desktop. Something. I hate the idea of having to log out/switch user each time to access different accounts I have set up for different things. Again it can all be on the same desktop, but I like things a little more neater and in order. Yes I can also have different folders for each one, and I do. But it seems it ouwld be more convient with seperate icons. As far as being to bloated. There are many excellent desktops. XFCE, fluxbox, to name a couple, and so on that are far from being bloated. If one doesn't like the direction KDE or anything else is going in then they can switch to another desktop enviroment. That is the great thing about Linux, Choices and Options.
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