On Fri 02 Nov 2012 02:59:52 PM CDT, JtWdyP wrote:
It would appear that on Nov 2, malcolmlewis did say:
> On Fri 02 Nov 2012 02:41:30 AM CDT, JtWdyP wrote:
> > All I'm really sure is that if I'm supposed to use some overview
> > mode to find some advanced settings with a shell tab, then you
> > can't be talking about something I'm supposed to find in my bios
> > settings screen.
> > In other words: overview mode of what?
> In the gnome Shell when you pop the mouse pointer to the top left
> corner and get the menu (Overview) then you can search for an
> application by typing the name......
Ahhhh Now I know why I was confused...
I use Enlightenment, because I no longer like kde... I never was a gnome
person. In fact if gnome was the only Linux desktop that worked with my
hardware, I'd wind up using Vista... At least then it would feel right
to hate using my computer. Don't get me wrong though, I'm sure that
gnome, like emacs, is a wonderful thing. But neither is for me. saith
this dedicated vim user...
If this Overview is used to launch the "found" application, then E17
has an equivalent thing called the "Everything" launcher. But I suspect
the "advanced settings" your talking about are a gnome specific
application that I'm not going to find on my
But thanks for the suggestion, and the explanation.