On 1/5/06, enlightenment-cvs@... <
> RCS file: /cvsroot/enlightenment/e17/apps/e/src/bin/e_configure.c,v
> retrieving revision 1.26
> retrieving revision 1.27
> diff -u -3 -r1.26 -r1.27
> --- e_configure.c 2 Jan 2006 07:01:07 -0000 1.26
> +++ e_configure.c 4 Jan 2006 22:20:51 -0000 1.27
> @@ -69,6 +69,7 @@
> e_configure_standard_item_add(eco, "enlightenment/e", _("Focus
> Settings"), e_int_config_focus);
> e_configure_standard_item_add(eco, "enlightenment/favorites", _("Menu
> Settings"), e_int_config_menus);
> e_configure_standard_item_add(eco, "enlightenment/configuration",
> _("Performance Settings"), e_int_config_performance);
> + e_configure_standard_item_add(eco, "enlightenment/windows", _("Window
> List Settings"), e_int_config_winlist);
Feel free to flame me down, but I'm wondering what users think about callin=
"Window List" "Alt-Tab" instead.
I can think of one obvious logical reason against this: users can change th=
key bindings if they don't want to use <alt-tab> (and those people will als=
come here and state as much (>_<))
Any other reasons?
On the other hand,
- people do seem to know what "Alt-tab" is. "Alt-tab" seems to have
transcended being just a key combination, becoming a common term for the
- Searching for "alt tab" on Google seems to support this (didn't microsoft
ever give windows' functionality a proper name??),
- I also see another email today with "Alt-Tab" in the subject.
- "Window List" on the other hand seems like it may be unique to
enlightenment (I dunno - enlighten me - I've not used KDE since my uni days=
never used GNOME, and Window Maker's "Window List" seems to be kind of
different again - what do other window managers call "Alt-tab"?
</my two admittedly low priority cents!>