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bio website blog.joelj.com
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I'm primarily a C# and Java developer. I also know Objective-C and have done some work with the iPhone SDK. I know some PHP, ASP.net, C++, and dabbled in some other languages.

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comment Prevent Windows from stealing focus
@blueyed, sorry, but it's been so long and I've since switched computers and don't remember what the settings were.
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comment Is there a feature like Alt + Tab for groups?
Gnome 3 actually has this feature.
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comment How to assign shortcut keys in Gnome?
The question is tagged with Gnome3, so I assume that's what he was going for.
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comment Is there a feature like Alt + Tab for groups?
Yeah. That's what I've been using for the time being (that is actually one of my favorite features of Unity. Something I used a lot on Windows 7). But it would just be nice to have the Mac style.
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comment Is there a feature like Alt + Tab for groups?
I want to be able to press ALT+Tab and rather than have it show all the windows, it shows all the applications. So, say I have 30 Firefox windows open and 5 Gedit windows open. I want to press Alt+Tab and have it only show one entry for FF and one entry for Gedit.