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Recently I found that on a macbook it is possible to drag the multiple desktops to change their order.

The ideal solution would be to, while on the compiz Expo mode, be able to just drag and move a whole workspace together with all the windows it contains to another position.

Searching for this I found an ubuntu braistorm idea that describes exactly what I would like to be able to do!

A work around using a command line script could also be used maybe..?

Any ideas?

Reorder viewports

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Cairo-dock makes this possible. Switcher-applet of cairo dock has this feature. –  Mahesh May 10 '12 at 16:48

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I think the simple answer is: no


The long answer is: Do you really need this feature? If so the go to compiz site and beg them to add it. (or ubutus site) You can otherwise use: super w to spread out al the windows and see them. You can also use "clone output" that will transform the Window to a lillte icon that you can move to another work-space. But I think that at this state the work-spaces is static. Hope it helped.

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You may want to edit this post to include information (or link to information) on how to properly submit feature requests. –  Eliah Kagan May 10 '12 at 18:01
    
yes I need it. I already commented on the idea on the ubuntu brainstorm to help promote it.. begging seemed a little too much.. It seems you missed the point: a want to reorder the workspaces and not the windows in them. thanks. –  lpanebr May 11 '12 at 3:08
    
Sorry for not beeing helpfull... I was just trying to give (my personal) sulotion or work around of the problem. You will just have to wait for somebody to write a script or for ubuntu to add this feature. Or do I your self and help other people that need this feature. And you have the cairo dock and pear os (that i have not tested) they mait have this feature. –  Leo May 12 '12 at 13:20

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