I'm trying Ubuntu 12.04 beta 2 64 bit. It works really good!
But I have some questions and small problems. I'm going to open different threads to discuss about them.
First of all:
as in my previous Ubuntu versions, I decide to set the Launcher in auto-hide mode.
But...when I see the desktop (all the windows are minimized or no windows are open) the launcher isn't visible.
Please can someone suggest me between holo launcher and adw launcher Since both are jelly bean themed launcher they both look great and perform best out of all but i am planing to buy either holo launcher plus or adw launcher plus please recommend which will be the best investment for me.
Please dont think this question as a comparision btwn two i just want a recommdation since i want to buy t
Firstly, I very much like it when the launcher autohides when I really need all the screen space. The problem is, there are a lot of workflows when I want a large app screen, but the launcher should remain visible. I have found I spend a lot of time maximizing terminals and browser windows by hand, by resizing them to take almost all of the screen.
In the world of launchers, a frequent strategy developers use is to mimic the look and feel of the latest stock launchers. In the case of developer Nikao, they have released a new launcher called Epic Launcher that is based on the AOSP for Android 4.4 KitKat, but will run on any device with at least Android 4.0 or higher.
I have a desktop computer in which I have installed the Mandriva 2011, it has a new application menu launcher like Unity, and is called ROSA Rocket launcher. I feel that this a better application launcher than the default KDE launcher.
My question is, Is there anyway to install it in Ubuntu ?
We all know how popular and awesome GO Launcher already is– but the maker now has a new launcher up its sleeves for the masses to try out called Next Launcher. It’s a 3D-based launcher which has full 3D elements and 3D effects, while featuring items like an unlimited screen layout, stereoscopic screen preview and of course, those fancy 3D widgets that compliment the 3D screen.