Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 967632
Window list does not overflow properly
Last modified: 2014-02-05 16:34:02 EST
In Gnome Shell, you can hit the upper left hand corner to get the application selector page. Right-clicking on a program icon from the vertical list on the left produces a list (in words) of all the windows associated with that program.
As it happens, this morning I have over a dozen Firefox windows open. The top of the list of Firefox windows goes above the top of my screen. It took me a while to figure this out; I can scroll up beyond the top of the screen using the keyboard, but when I hit Enter I'm choosing blindly. A better workaround is to use the Alt+Tab window selector and the arrow keys.
For improved usability, the Gnome Shell window list should be able to scroll up and down when it goes beyond the screen, or form two columns, or somehow adapt to the screen size/shape. For the record, this laptop/tablet says its screen resolution is 1366x786.
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