Another thing to consider is a foot pedal or two. Set them up to do SHIFT and CTRL and away you go!
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I have tried Windows "dumb" tiling. I want something AWESOME. http://awesome.naquadah.org/
1) I don't ever need to see more than 2 explorer windows at a time. (SRC and DESTINATION)
2) This is why I want a tabbed and tiling WM!
Windows 1.0 was a complete joke - it didn't even support overlapping windows.
Personally I have learned to HATE overlapping windows and would love to have a tabbed & tiling window manager for Windows. (Need to use it at work) I now find that I work with two monitors with one application maxed on each.
Yep, and if you read the entry on LifeWiki you would see they agree with you.
"It displaces itself by 5120 cells vertically and 1024 cells horizontally every 33,699,586 generations."
Instead of multi tier marketing schemes, we just need more cooperatives: owned and run by members, for the benefit of the members!
They are also nice for when the medium in which you are communicating the URL doesn't support hyperlinks... such as the printed word. Much easier to have someone type a bitly url (esp. if you give it a nice short name) than some longer url. The longer the URL the easier it is to make a mistake keying it in.
"man man" It is where you can start your lesson on how to use the CLI, and not remember any commands. From there you can learn about "man -k" which lets you search for stuff based on keywords.
may be closer than they feel.
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Does this remind you, perhaps, of voting machines made by a certain video-gambling-machine vendor?"
Article from the Toronto Star"
PS3s gather dust in man's home after buying frenzy fails to materialize.