On 14/11/2011, at 16:30, Glen Turner wrote: > - GNOME3 - 4 - "Activities | Applications | Office | LibreOffice Writer" Activities doesn't count as a mouse click — it's a hot corner. Indeed, it's *more* efficient than a mouse click, as you just thrust your mouse in the general direction of the corner, and you get there. Much more efficient than clicking buttons. Also, I notice you listed the most inefficient way to launch the application. That is fine if it's the first time you do it — e.g. are discovering what apps are installed — but after that, there is a clearly labelled search box that can launch apps. So I can hit my Win key (or thrust my mouse to the top-left), type the first few letters ('lib' will usually do), and it launches. That's *more* efficient than any of your examples, and is easily discoverable.
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