hairylunch

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  • Birthday 02/02/79
  1. Hmm, just played with nubs. Neat little proof of concept type app. The improvement over the taskbar to allow the use of spacial position has some nice benefits. Things that would make me use it on a daily basis, and not just as a toy: 1) Hiding window on click - in my mind, clicking a nub should minimize the window 2) Window positions - It'd be nice if instead of defaulting to the upper left corner being at 0,0, window positions were remember, pre-drag to edge of screen. Going to the upper left has a distinct disadvantage for me as I keep my taskbar on the left side of the screen. I'm guessing the window positions aren't saved since when I move and release the window at the edge of the screen, saving that window position wouldn't make sense, and tracking the start of every click and drag for each window might be resource intensive? I wonder how Sticky Windows handles this? 3) Minimize other nubs on focus - While I haven't used Sticky Windows, the behavior of minimizing all other tabs when one is selected seems like it could be very useful. Again, thanks for a neat app.