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Show the Desktop
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Translated and reviewed by Cédric VALMARY (Tot en òc)
Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:346(title)
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Next to the icon used to minimise the windows is a blank area in which the list of open application windows appears, similar to the taskbar in Windows. When you open an application, it's listed on this area for easy access, as shown in the bottom panel of the following screen:
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:355(para)
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Open Applications
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:361(title)
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The next icon, workspace, enables you to split the windows that are open on your desktop into multiple workspaces. You can then navigate among the workspaces by pressing and holding down the CTRL+ALT keys, and then pressing either the left or the right arrow key. This reduces the clutter on your desktop and eases navigation between windows.
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:370(para)
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For example, you might have the Firefox window, an OpenOffice application, a search window and a calculator window open on the desktop.
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:376(para)
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The Workspace Icon
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:381(title)
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You can move the Firefox window to a separate workspace by pressing and holding down the CTRL+ALT+SHIFT keys and then pressing the left or the right arrow key. Two workspaces will be displayed in the bottom-right corner of the desktop - one workspace with the Firefox window and the original workspace with the other windows.
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:390(para)
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Switching Workspaces
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:397(title)
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Now, you have two separate workspaces. Notice that the Firefox window has shifted to the original workspace. So, depending on the task you perform, you can split the windows into different workspaces.
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:406(para)
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Splitting Windows into Workspaces
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:411(title)
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