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Re: [opensuse] Question about Desktop Effiects - I think
On 03/11/14 01:10, Anton Aylward wrote:
On 11/02/2014 08:57 AM, Basil Chupin wrote:
Could someone please remind me what I did to be able to push the cursor
into the top-left corner of the screen to be able to do the above? For
the life of me I cannot remember what I did. At the moment all I can do
is to push the cursor to either the left- or right-hand SIDES of the
screen and move to the next desktop - but that's not what I want.
systemsettings
Workspace behaviour
Screen edges


After I read the above and went there I realised that I have been there at half-a-dozen times - so your comment was nothing new :-) .

Nothing new UNTIL I accidentally pressed the right-hand mouse button and.....VOILA! Memories came flooding back! :-)

I can clearly see why some people dislike KDE because having to press the R-H button to get a drop-down menu to achieve the result one wants is not intuitive. Yes, I know, the R-H button does many things but is just doesn't come to mind when you are in Workspace Behaviour>Screen Edges and having to press the R-H button on the screen edge "icon" you want to do what you want it to do.

Having said this, many thanks for getting me out of "trouble" :-)

While I do understand and have tried this myself, in the long run I
found it an annoyance and preferred hot keying or using the rotating cube.

I tried the rotating cube many, many moons ago but found that to be distracting and "bling" rather than being practical. But, then, whatever floats your boat, right? :-)

BC

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