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The new KDE 4 desktop grid

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KDE

Changes include:

  • Multi-monitor support

  • Aspect ratio of the screen is kept when zoomed out
  • Borders around desktops [Configurable]
  • Display desktop names [Configurable]
  • Ability to manually change the desktop layout [Configurable]
  • Custom zoom durations [Configurable]
  • Windows are kept on the top of the stack after moving
  • “Soft” highlighting of desktops (Slowly fades in and out as you move the mouse)

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