A small post on my current workflow and appreciation for the GNOME extension 'Workspace Scroll'
Day 015 of #100DaysToOffload.
@celia That looks interesting. But isn't workspace scrolling implemented in GNOME by default? (From v 3.36 or something?) It's a bit flaky, tho, so might be worth trying that extension out anyway. Thanks!
@hider I don't think it is - I'm on 3.36.x and I don't know of any shortcut to scroll the workspace using the top bar by default.
Please let me know if you find out otherwise though. :)
@celia Sorry, my mistake. I was referring to regular workspace scrolling/swiping, not specifically from the top bar. I actually _did_ notice that you wrote exactly that in your post. But my working memory is terrible. Sorry about the confusion.
@hider No worries at all. :)
How do you do it otherwise, I'm curious? I don't know that something was built in.
@bhavin192 @celia Happy to! I forget it, too, way too often. But it actually works really well now (I'm also [mostly] using v. 3.38+). The Alt+Tab shortcut is quite useful, indeed, for WS switching - perhaps depending on how many windows/applications are opened. Lots of different ways to do (sorta) the same thing is really one of GNOME's strengths, I believe
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