I recently upgraded from 11.04 to 11.10 and I am running
Everything is working perfectly fine for me except that in the workspace switcher at the bottom left there is no white border around the active workspace. Non-minimized windows in workspaces appear as white boxes inside the workspace, and a maximized window will appear as a white box (although without the program icon inside as I am used to with programs such as eclipse and firefox). The active window does have a very slight glow inside it, but if your active window is small (e.g. a terminal window, calculator, nautilus, upgrade-manager, etc) it is difficult to discern this as the borders don't change, the interior of the box just gets a shade lighter.
There is no indication at all of which workspace you are on and I'd like to restore this functionality as currently there is no way to differentiate between maximized windows (as both the program icon and the active workspace highlight functionalities are gone).
This shows an image of my workspace switcher. When this was taken I was on workspace 4. Firefox was open full-screen in workspace 1 and eclipse was open full-screen in workspace 2 with a VM in a small window on top of it. As you can see there is no indication that you are currently on workspace 4.
Does anyone know how to restore either the white border around the currently active workspace or the program icon inside maximized windows in the workspace switcher (or both)?