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Old 12-19-2012, 06:50 AM   #1
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LXer: GNOME 3: Lured into the hot corner

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I get on any other computer, any other OS (even Windows and Mac OS), or any other desktop environment, and I find myself mousing into the top-left (or “hot”) corner to get my application panel and search/launching dialog. That works in GNOME 3. I do it all the time. You know what happens when you mouse into the corner in these other OSes/DEs (excepting Ubuntu’s Unity, which shares more technology with GNOME 3 than you might care to admit)? Nothing.



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