Written by pau.moreno the 15 Jun 09 at 11:42.
Related project: Gnome.
Not an idea
When multiple tabs are open in Gedit, Nautilus or the Terminal, two arrows appear in the left part and the right part of the tabs bar to scroll across them.
Hitting on these arrows, instead of showing the hidden tabs without changing the active one, just activates the next or the previous tab. This behaviour makes the navigation through the tabs a bit tough, especially when the active tab is the first one and the user wants to see the rightmost tabs.
Moreover, there is no possibility to see a list of all the open tabs at a glance.
Written by smenjas the 29 Feb 08 at 01:34.
Global category: Usability.
I'm constantly frustrated by applications stealing my focus. There should be some way for me to ensure that when I begin typing somewhere, an overzealous application will never pop up in front of what I'm working on.