And I want Canonical to hit a home run with Unity-- I think they can (I think Unity is on the right track). But they need to improve the speed of the basic tools of the interface.
For example, I want to be able to hit the Dash reveal key combo (Super key, by default) plus a few characters of the application name I want, and hit enter within the matter of a split second and know that my application is being launched. There are a variety of tools on Linux that do this already, and I don't see why Unity shouldn't be able to achieve this. (This isn't an attack on Unity, but a realistic assessment: The tools need to speed up in order to not break a user's flow)
Last edited by gwjvan; January 12th, 2013 at 06:04 PM.
Regards, frank, at http://yantrayoga.typepad.com/noname/
Homebuilt Lian-Li PC-Q33WB, Intel i7-4790K 4.6GHz, SSDs,16G RAM | Dell laptop E1505n, netbook 10n
Oracle VBox w/ WinXP/Win8 running Xara Designer, PaintShopPro, and InDesign CS.
Ex. on this 13" laptop, 1200X800
xwininfo: Window id: 0x2800007 "unity-dash"
Absolute upper-left X: 57
Absolute upper-left Y: 0
Relative upper-left X: 0
Relative upper-left Y: 0
Icon size is usually in appearance settings? At least in 12.10 it was have they removed that ability?
I just slid mine down to 32 but now the right mouse click will not work on the Desktop to bring up those menu items.
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Running 15.10 on Mobo: MSI model: B85-G41 PC Mate(MS-7850) v: 1.0