The "liberal elite"... who is that? (Honest question; I hear people who tend toward socially conservative views calling out this mystery group without specifying exactly who they are.)
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I've never had any issues with their streaming client; I have watched online, using my Roku device, and using my Wii device. All performed well. Perhaps the problem is on your end (network)?
If these speeds are averages over several days, and we are looking at 24 hours of data, then why in the world does the right side of the graph not mirror the left side of the graph? Surely the speeds don't suddenly change at midnight?
The problem is that they are VISIBLE. It's no problem to cache them - just don't clutter up the screen with (what the user assumes are) closed applications.
I would not recommend this to newbies. The first question they will ask is "Where is the menu of all my programs"?
So the keyboard option works fine in Unity (alt-f2, etc).
The mouse-only option still fails.
Being able to browse programs in an ordered menu-like structure fails.
Being able to go through lists and find that randomly named program I just installed fails.
Being able to go to a list of all Preference or Administration options fails.
Unity is half-baked and half-featured. I'm Ubuntu Classic after two very frustrating days of trying to use "the new shiny" stuff. I feel stupid for thinking it was me that had to find the value in Unity... shouldn't be that hard to find.
"It's possible there was fraud. But the fact that if Dems don't like an outcome, they immediately bring up this kind of bullshit is just fucking ridiculous."
Your first sentence and second sentence contradict each other. If there is a possible fraud then it should be investigated, regardless of political party.
"Let's see, duh, a halfway handsome black guy..."
Obviously you have not seen this guy. Handsome is not the first word that springs to mind.
Regardless, I would wager since he spent ZERO money on campaigning, had no rallies, and did not even go door-to-door that people just voted for him since they did not like the other choices (which they might have been familiar with). Or perhaps there was some sort of fraud or error in the electronic voting. That is why it must be investigated - not for the sake of Dems picking a competent nomination, but for making sure electronic voting machines are either removed or fixed before they screw up an important election.
"I need something in the middle — a separate workspace for each screen, so that I can have independent virtual desktops on each screen, but still have the ability to move applications between monitors (no need to strech one app across both of them)."
He specifically states that he must be able to drag applications BETWEEN the x sessions. Is that possible with your proposals?