This is a gnome panel applet that lets you switch between open windows using icons.

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  • cant work without it. great functionality. @ZliS Gnome applets can be added to XFCE panel installing XfApplet Plugin

  • Hi! Would you port the applet to xfce? Gnome rejects applets.

  • very good (in vertical mode gnome widows list, is unusable). I suggest to limit dimension of total used space, because if i open more window i risk to override other exisiting applet i use in my vertical panel (for example i use in the bottom of the panel sensors applet), the same happens on top. another thing is that icon dimension option seems not working because the only way to change dimension is to change the size of the vertical panel panel.

  • on dark panel, the active window highlight seems no different, maybe it will be better if there is an option to use monchrome icon for inactive window, and color icon for the active one, just like window-picker-applet behavior. only an idea, good job anyway....

  • good job

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