Announcing the arrival of Valued Associate Compiz handles workspace settings on it’s own. Tested with Ubuntu Mate Same behaviour on my machine. Sign up using Facebook.
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I just noticed that too in Compiz 0.
What solved the problem for me was: I cannot answer that part of the question as I do not actively use compiz, I just remember figuring the other part out when experimenting with compiz, marco for me especially in When using Compiz the mate desktop switcher always displays 4 desktops. Compiz – Only one workspace. When compiz is in use the number of workspaces on the Mate Desktop can be set via the compiz config settings manager.
Martin Drautzburg Martin Drautzburg 2 9 It causes such problem. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Workspaces applet compatible with Compiz? You can query the number of desktops with wmctrl -d: If you xfconf –monitor the workspace count, the moment you start compiz it reports a change. The current behaviour is insufficient. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. When using Marco the possible to define the number of workspaces in the mate desktop switcher. My Question I’d like to know if I’m missing something obvious I mean “set this option and it works” rather than “it has to be like this, because Compiz – Only one workspace And another thing beginner question.
In compiz, parts of a window may be visible on two cube faces, while in xfce a window is only ever visible on “its” workspace sticky windows aside. Peter Bauer peba wrote on May 14th, 6. No, XFCE has four desktops, four work-areas and one viewport.
configuration – How can 6 workspaces be set sing Compiz? – Ask Ubuntu
Screenshot at If I click on them, nothing happens. Martin Staubach martin-r on While testing Compiz today, I noticed that the applet behaves in a weird way, likely related to the specific way Compiz handles the virtual desktops: So there is something in your answer that I still miss The applet does indeed display fine when setting the workspaces that way. I can confirm Peter Bauers findings. I can change the number up or down, and it does change the number of workspace boxes on the lower taskbar, but only the first works.
How to Change the Number of Workspaces in Ubuntu
I don’t know why your window list doesn’t work. Whatever value you choose, the applet always displays 4 workspaces in a row. It’s only possible to change the number in the compiz config settings manager. Now you’ll be able to change the desktop configuration in the last tab under “General Options”. Compiz – Only one workspace I ran into something similar when I enabled desktop cube. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.
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