I'm using Budgie Desktop currently, and I really enjoy it. It's got good battery life, customizability, stability and speed, but there's just one thing that bothers me; it doesn't have a real app switcher. Pressing Alt + Tab will switch apps, but no dialog appears, and it doesn't allow me to select an app I want to see; it just calls them all to front, on at a time.
Because of this, I've been looking for some third party app switcher that'll show a dialog and let me select the app to switch to instead of just pulling everything to the front. Right now, I'm using
skippy-xd, which is an exposé-style switcher. It's OK, but I'd prefer the linear method that Unity and GNOME use.
Googling has turned up nothing. I think I'm just not doing it correctly.
Are there any standalone app/task switchers (besides
skippy-xd) available for Ubuntu or Linux in general?