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For this time I won't bother anyone with technical problems. I just had a philosophical question. Well it's in the title, I guess it's clear enough :p

Well actually the question is more general: what are workspaces? Do they differ only by what is displayed on it (the processes being totally independently defined/prioritized)? Or do they really kindof own or are connected to the applications you launch on them?

Yop, that's all! Thanks you for reading!

Julien

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This is a very cool idea, although I think it would be pretty hard to implement well... –  David Oneill Apr 23 '12 at 13:42
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Workspaces are just something to structure your windows better. They don't group processes, or edit their priority.

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