I normally have several terminals (6+) open during work.
Some are temporarily closed to clear my deskspace.
In my old xfce (Debian Squeeze) I could recognise these
closed terminals and easily find the one I needed.
After my upgrade the new xfce shows all terminals under
one button on the panel and I cannot see which are open
and which are closed. I like the grouping, but the lack of
an open/close indication is a problem. Is there a way to
show their open/close state again?
Update: I use rxvt (and sometimes xterm), not one of the
multi-tab terminal emulators: I like my windows next to each other.
Since I have several problems I reinstalled xfce and all is solved now:
closed windows now have their name as [name]
Last edited by frits43 (2013-07-06 11:50:15)
imho "Window Grouping" in window buttons options is what you need ...
Further to papernick's suggestion:
with tabs, you call up a new tab with shift+ctrl+t, and can scroll through them (ie: "and easily find the one I need") with Ctrl+pageUp/down
Last edited by textillis (2013-07-22 06:29:13)
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