Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 25th Aug 2010 19:21 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones Today, Mozilla released the fourth beta of Firefox 4.0. After a period of what I would call stagnation, the Mozilla team are back on track with delivering interesting UI concepts. They were sensible enough to copy Chrome's excellent tabs-on-top UI, but have now also added something called Panorama, a new and very interesting way of managing your open tabs.
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RE[5]: Vim window-splits
by Drumhellar on Sat 28th Aug 2010 01:13 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Vim window-splits"
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Snap-to-edges always pisses me off, and I turn it off whenever I'm using a system that has it turned on.

convert-to-tab us useless to me, as the only app that I feel tabs are useful are web browsers.

maximize-whem-moved-to-sides is done in Windows 7... drag a window to the top, it maximizes. Drag it to the left or right, it maximizes vertically and covers half the screen horizontally. Double-click on the resize portion at the top of a window and it maximizes.

I guess it's just what you're used to.

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xp doesn't do those other win7 actions. maybe some shell/desktop addon does those.

tab grouping?
default install of xp would group multiple windows of all apps (including explore) in the taskbar. very annoying.

anything that snaps to edges (such the annoying surprise!-here's-a-new-toolbar! in windows) also won't work well for me, because i keep drop folders along the display edges.
perhaps beneficial: if the windows would snap to invisible cfg-able margins.

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