'open window widget' on the Panel

Derek Broughton derek at pointerstop.ca
Tue Apr 21 15:30:27 UTC 2009

Nigel Ridley wrote:

> Georgi Kourtev wrote:
>> On Tuesday 21 April 2009 10:42:13 Nigel Ridley wrote:
>>> marc wrote:
>>>> Nigel Ridley said:
>>>>> The 'open window widget' (don't really know what it's called but it's
>>>>> the one that displays, including the title, what windows are open on a
>>>>> specific desktop) is missing from the Panel (I must of accidentally
>>>>> deleted it). How does one enable it?
>>>> I think it's the inappropriately named, pager.
>>> No, the Pager is the one that shows all available desktops. What I'm
>>> looking for is the one that shows on the Panel describing what open
>>> windows there are. If I have two open windows then I would have two
>>> entries on the Panel informing me that I have two open windows and
>>> showing their tiles.
>> It is called System Tray.

> No. System Tray is the one that holds the Bluetooth icon, KMix icon and,
> in my case, the language flag for keyboard layout switching.

My turn: it's the "Task manager".  Though I have to agree "pager" is a lousy
name for what the pager does.  I expect it to be something like a
graphical "less" - which is silly because that would be a browser.

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