Rajko M. said the following on 07/30/2010 03:57 PM:
My need for multiple windows that present different directories is so small
that I can always use "open in a new window" option.
I can't imagine use case that will justify new window on each change of
If I had a screen say 50 meters by 20 meters (but with a 0.25mm
resolution); that is so large that I could create new windows all day
long and not run out of space and need to close them ...
How much memory would that be?
I'm sure I could do something better with all that memory than clutter
it up with 'spacial navigation'.
I can do something better than clutter up my 37x21cm screen with
Calling so obscure feature a basic is nonsense, but as
mentioned it is
individual matter like in some people like whip, some whip cream.
Double Devon on strawberries. YUM.
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