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Old 07-15-2020, 11:20 AM   #46
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All,

Where do I find my "Super Windows"? Been using them since 2004 and need them badly!

Linux is not Linux without "Super Windows" and I know the code exists!

Cheers!
 
Old 07-15-2020, 12:42 PM   #47
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There is no such thing as "Super Windows" . No one here has heard of it besides you so you are either delusional or you are referring to something actually called something else, and this is your name for it.

Or you are actually a post generating bot and not an actual human, which would explain a lot.
 
Old 07-15-2020, 04:31 PM   #48
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sooog oood infooo
 
Old 07-20-2020, 03:43 PM   #49
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I love the idea of us all being legally bound to a standard that no one is allowed to read for security reasons. How would that work exactly?
hazel,

The Standard is published, it's the laws that are not because if hackers know what is implemented against them, they'll just find ways around it. But the laws are published to "MEMBERS ONLY" and 1st rule/law is "You have to be a member to be 'in compliance', so only members get the rules/laws so they can be "in compliance. Membership is only $300/yr so not exspensive!

Cheers!

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Old 07-20-2020, 03:45 PM   #50
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There is no such thing as "Super Windows" . No one here has heard of it besides you so you are either delusional or you are referring to something actually called something else, and this is your name for it.

Or you are actually a post generating bot and not an actual human, which would explain a lot.
sevendogsbsd.

Wrong wrong wrong! It was native to Kubuntu 14.04, which you can see if you download that LiveDVD, boot to it and run the trial!

Cheers!

TBNK!
 
Old 07-20-2020, 03:46 PM   #51
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There is no such thing as "Super Windows"
It's a key on the keyboard.

I think...
 
Old 07-20-2020, 04:41 PM   #52
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The Standard is published, it's the laws that are not because if hackers know what is implemented against them, they'll just find ways around it. But the laws are published to "MEMBERS ONLY" and 1st rule/law is "You have to be a member to be 'in compliance', so only members get the rules/laws so they can be "in compliance. Membership is only $300/yr so not exspensive!
Whatever you're refering to there, it must be possible to show us. If only the "members only" portal.
If it exists at all, I suspect you mistake for law something that isn't.
More likely you're just trying to save face by inventing ever more fantastic explanations for what was initially just a blunder...
 
Old 07-20-2020, 05:12 PM   #53
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TBotNik, I am still at a loss to figure out what you mean. Can you give some other examples of what are you looking for please? Some web link to some more descriptive information that will enlighten me.
 
Old 07-20-2020, 07:00 PM   #54
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It's a key on the keyboard.

I think...
I thought that too (Windows key) which is meta 4(?), but I think OP is way out in left field and is refusing to say for some odd reason. Maybe OP is, as I have surmised, an actual bot that is just messing with us.
 
Old 07-20-2020, 07:02 PM   #55
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sevendogsbsd.

Wrong wrong wrong! It was native to Kubuntu 14.04, which you can see if you download that LiveDVD, boot to it and run the trial!

Cheers!

TBNK!
I am never wrong. Except for once when I thought I was wrong, but I was mistaken.
 
Old 07-20-2020, 07:26 PM   #56
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this sounds a bit like the old windows mdi model ( multi document interface ) in which you had a main application window and any sub windows was opened up inside that window and couldnt be dragged out of it, sort of like having lots of root windows.
 
Old 07-21-2020, 05:36 AM   #57
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this sounds a bit like the old windows mdi model ( multi document interface ) in which you had a main application window and any sub windows was opened up inside that window and couldnt be dragged out of it, sort of like having lots of root windows.
How is that different from the kind of tabbing that you get with Firefox?

@ TBotNik: All you have to do is give us a link to the site where the standard is to be found. Even if it just says "You cannot enter this site without paying a $300 membership fee", that will still provide some evidence that you know what you are talking about. I haven't seen any so far.
 
Old 07-21-2020, 08:17 AM   #58
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How is that different from the kind of tabbing that you get with Firefox? ...
The windows were free floating not tabbed, but were constrained to within the top window, it was fairly horrible!
 
Old 07-23-2020, 10:59 AM   #59
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I am never wrong. Except for once when I thought I was wrong, but I was mistaken.
sevendogsbsd,

I loaded Kubuntu 14.04 in Feb 05 and have been using "Super Windows" ever since. I still have one desktop on that because if you are a developer, you can not really develop without it! True some of the IDEs simulate this within there sessions, but if you are like me doing:
  • Authoring Books,
  • Working a Minimum of 5 dev session,
  • Researching at least 50 topics,
  • X-Refing at least 20 items,
  • 5-20 DB sessions, including at least 3 different DBs, such as MS-SQL, MySQL, PostGres,
  • 2-5 IDE sessions as different IDEs work better on different coding environments,
  • Tracking data via DBs and at least 20 xslx SSs,
  • Running RDT on a least 20 machines,
  • Upgrading multiple web sites, SEO, SMO qnd ORM (Online Reputation Mgmt).
Right now I have over 200 windows open on this machine and it if F&*^%#$ on 18.04 because the legally required "Super Windows" and "Quadrant" are not found in the repositories as required.

Sorry you are not a dedicated developer, and a novice, from the responses you've made! Just because you never used it does not mean it does not exist!

Cheers!

TBNK
 
Old 07-23-2020, 11:04 AM   #60
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It's a key on the keyboard.

I think...
No! Supper Windows allow a single Window to contain infinite other Windows to let you group all things you are working on into the super window by it's topic or project! You are allowed to open a window session, then "Drag-N-Drop" into the super window or menu select which super window it goes in!

I defined what Quadrant is earlier in this post!

TBNK
 
  


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