On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 8:25 AM, Ronny Wisor <RonnyWisor@xxxxxx> wrote: > Hi > > > > You can already do that with the deskbar option „Always on top“… > > > But then fullscreen windows end up behind the deskbar which isn't better. Maybe the size of the leaf button could be halved with clock to the left of it (assuming deskbar is in top right corner) and then have systray grow as necessary further to the left. It could lead to the top row being wider than the window list below it, but is that a problem? Personally I'd like an option for "zoomed windows don't cover deskbar" like Morten said. I'd also like the OS to handle placement of new windows instead of leaving that up to app developers to decide. It would add consistency and give more freedom to the user if allowing to choose different placement schemes. A little off topic maybe. Speaking of the deskbar though I'd love if users could add apps to their favourites and have these displayed in the window list all the time, even when not running, like it does with Tracker. Then you could just click them there and they launch (and I think Tracker should open a new window when there aren't any). I think OSX and maybe even Win7 does this. I've tried it with Gnome-do Docky and now I can't live without it. I'd also like if there was an _option_ to change window list to just display large icons instead of small icon+title a la OSX. It would make the deskbar slimmer which might be appreciated in some scenarios.