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I finally got around to installing Ubuntu 11.10 on my laptop. I played around with Unity for a while, but wasn't a fan, so I installed Gnome-Shell. On my Ubuntu 11.04 machine I was able to drag a Window to the edge of the current workspace and have it switch workspaces. How can I achieve this same functionality in Gnome-Shell?

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If you know Javascript, you can write an extension. Otherwise, AFAIK, there is no way to do this in GNOME Shell.

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Bummer. After some further research, your right. This is disappointing, but I guess it is a minor change I have to deal with. Thanks –  jayeag00 Dec 14 '11 at 21:44
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