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sooyeah

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Ok so I was looking at my screen today blue screen with the icons and I wondered if it would be possible although I know it would, to build a cave system into the programme that is to say multiple layers, like shelves on a book case or section on a cave and you could place all relevent icons into?

It no doubt has already been done. But just in case it hasn't I thought I would ask.


 

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Hey there, howz this for an idea has it been done?
« Reply #1 on: 16/06/2008 08:13:58 »
You can already arrange the icons how you want anyway.
 

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Hey there, howz this for an idea has it been done?
« Reply #2 on: 17/06/2008 15:48:48 »
You can already arrange the icons how you want anyway.

I know that.

I was thinking that you could rather than hiding them in folders etc.

Have a scrolling system, like walking through a cupboard. All related folders programmes can appear on screen, in each section of the cave, cupboard, what ever you choose to call it.
 

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« Reply #3 on: 17/06/2008 21:58:24 »
What you're describing sounds like a glorified Windows For Workgroups.
 

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Hey there, howz this for an idea has it been done?
« Reply #4 on: 20/06/2008 18:07:26 »
Im a bit confused as to what you mean. Virtual desktops might interest you though if your studying something alone those lines.
 

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