General :: Create A Key-binding For The Workspace Switcher?

Sep 13, 2010

I have a problem with GNOME and virtual desktops. I use Compiz, and when I use the keys to rotate the cube the cube will spin, but all the programs remain in the panel. It works if I manually press the buttons on the "Workspace Switcher" which I've included on my panel.can I create a key-binding for the Workspace Switcher so I don't have to press on the buttons on the panel?

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Ubuntu :: Workspace Rows Without Workspace Switcher?

Mar 31, 2011

Is there any way to have workspaces on multiple rows without the workspace switcher added to a panel? I have limited screen space so i want to try and remove any unnecessary items. I have tried using a drawer, but the workspace application is not loaded until the drawer is opened once. Also note I am not running compiz as the computer is a netbook.

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Ubuntu :: Bug In Workspace Switcher

Nov 11, 2010

Maverick 10.10

I believe these are bugs or omissions.

When using the Workspace switcher you can no longer drag an application from one screen (workspace) to another. I like to use 8 different screens to avoid clutter.

You also were allowed on the Preferences menu to change the default name of the workspace from "workspace 1" to just "1".

Before Maverick you could hover the mouse over a workspace and the name would appear. Now the only things that appears is workspace 1 without regard for whatever workspace you are on.

To me an omission of a necessary or important feature is a Bug. If this was done by design than it is a design bug.

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Apr 30, 2011

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May 2, 2011

I've been using Natty(unity as desktop) since the beta now and it is really growing on me except for the workspaces. Is there a way to see what workspace I am on? *When typing I usually switch with ctrl-alt-"left/right/up/down" but after some work i don't always know what desktop i am one so switching is usually trial and error jumping from desktop to desktop or pressing super-s to get an overview. Seeing which desktop I'm on (maybe in the unity workspace button) would help with that.

*When just using the mouse I used to click on the workspace launcher and I would be on the desktop of my choice in one click but now I need to click on the switcher, identify where I am and where I need to go and it breaks the flow of fast switching, its no advantage anymore compared to just opening all programs on 1 workspace and using super-w I guess there are upcoming changes on the switcher as unity is still in its infancy so is there a way to put the old switcher in the top panel again?

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Mar 28, 2011

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Apr 7, 2011

I have Ubuntu 10.10 installed on a laptop with a second monitor configured as a separate x screen.

I configured the workspace switcher applet on the laptop screen to be 2x2 and it changed appropriately. When I go to the preferences for the workspace switcher on the second screen it says it's set to two columns and two rows but still displays as the default four columns and one row and any changes made have no effect.

I changed the setting num_rows from one to two under apps/panel/applets/workspace_switcher_screen1/prefs using gconf-editor and restarted my gnome-panels but it had no effect.

Is there anyway to make the workspace switcher on the second screen display as 2x2?

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Apr 29, 2011

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Dec 18, 2010

After doing the upgrade per this thread my gnome panel gets bugged when the workspace switcher applet is attached to it. Also the Cairo Dock bugs out with the workspace switcher applet attached to it. I can change desktops with key commands fine. It would just be nice if this could be fixed. I am sticking with gnome 2.32 because of my affinity with Evolution which performs better in 2.32.

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Mar 20, 2010

I just installed a fresh copy of 9.10. My problem is the way Workspace Switcher 2.28.0 (the default of the installation) with compiz running (I haven't tried without compiz) Old behaviour: (9.04 and 8.10) a) rolling the mouse wheel over a workspace of the workspace switcher means: move to the next or previous workspace b) click on a the representation of a window (a little square) on the the workspace switcher and then drag it to another workspace means: move window to other workspace

In 9.10 the workspace switcher does work (the number of workspace can be configured, Ctl-Alt-left & right arrow, Ctlr-Shiht-Alt-right&left arrow) but the functionality described in a and b is missing.

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Feb 3, 2011

my 4 WS screens in the bottom panel have suddenly gone really wide. They take up most of the panel now and things are getting squashed when I have a few programs open.Can't see any options to adjust the size/width? Using 10.10

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Mar 9, 2011

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Apr 19, 2011

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Apr 30, 2011

I just upgraded to Natty, from Maverick and I can't get 'Workspace-Switcher' to work. As a matter-of-fact, I was completely dumbfounded when Natty launched for the first time, and I was presented with 'no' menus. What I got instead was some black-screen with some very attractive icons on it; but the icons had no organization to them that I could comprehend, and the categories that were presented didn't make any sense, based on the applications that I had installed. Apparently the designers of Unity thought that it would be a good idea for me to go 'fish' for my applications. Also, the most frequently used applications that I had pinned to gnome-panel disappeared, and I couldn't even rebuild them. The 3D menu, on the left, that combined my desktop icons, with the icons that were 'formerly' pinned to gnome-panel was also very attractive; but provided me with no useful functionality, other than complete disorientation and confusion. The scrolling was also slower than poo. All-in-all a very beautiful 'boat-anchor.' This distro should probably be renamed 'Virtual-Vista.' Fortunately, when I reenabled 'Desktop-Cube' and 'Rotate-Cube' and I think some other options related to Gnome, I got my menus and icons back. What a relief!!! I'm a power-user, and I have something on the order of 100 applications loaded. I just 'can't' go looking all-over-creation to find them...

Unfortunately, Workspace-Switcher could not be activated by clicking on it, only by <ctrl-alt-left/right arrow keys>. Also, unfortunately, all the desktops displayed the same applications. Definitetly 'not' a ready for prime-time player. I assume that this is a bug? Is there a work-around for this? If so, can someone please share it with me? For now I'm stuck with a ruptured-duck that can't swim. I usually have all four desktops populated, and switch between them whenever I have to wait on an application that's busy, or I get tired. I really 'need' this functionality.

P.S., It's more than Ok with me that a distro not be released, if it's not ready. I'd certainly prefer that to 'shock-and-awe.'

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Jul 2, 2011

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I'm having a really odd problem with my workspace switcher. First off, I keep 5 workspaces all in one row.

My problems: When I use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + Alt + Left or Ctrl + Alt + Right I can switch workspaces just fine, however I have a xbindkeys install set up to detect specific keypresses from my Logitech MX Revolution and spit out those very shortcuts, and they aren't working. When using the keyboard shortcuts to switch workspaces there's a new look to the visual aid that pops up in the middle of the screen. It's much boxier and ugly looking, and I'd like to get it back to the way it was before, with the larger boxes with rounded edges and no text. This started last night when I plugged my laptop into my Panasonic HDTV via S-Video. Can anyone tell me how to uninstall the workspace switcher component and reinstall it? I'm fairly new to Ubuntu and just want the default settings back. I'm running 10.04 btw.

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Jul 16, 2011

I've just (finally) upgraded to Natty from Maverick. After the faffing around to restore my favoured AWN and Compiz combo, all's now ok, except for one annoyance to do with Compiz (0.9.4) and the workspace switcher. I can use the mousewheel to rotate workspaces up/down (actually, left/right) to go from 1->2->3->4->5->6->1.. and 6->5->4->3->2->1, but it won't rotate down / left from 1->6. It works ok if I use <Ctrl>left arrow from w/space #1.

I've checked the mappings for Button4 and Button5 in CCSM, and there's no clash. So, am I right in thinking this is probably a bug? Has anyone else had this problem and is there a fix? Is downgrading to Compiz 0.8 likely to fix it?

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Jul 20, 2011

I believe I may have found a bug in Unity. Under the right circumstances an application will jump from the workspace where I left them to my current workspace. This is most noticeable with VirtualBox. I built an Ubuntu 11.04 virtual machine so that I could test out new packages before I push them out to the rest of my machines. But the window for the virtual machine constantly appears in my current workspace. It may take a few minutes, or 30 minutes, but it will happen.

I can kind of understand it if a new window appears, but at least with VirtualBox, this happens on a running virtual machine seemingly randomly.

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Dec 1, 2010

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Jul 20, 2011

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Sep 2, 2010

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Mar 31, 2010

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Jun 3, 2010

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