MX Linux uses "Docklike Taskbar" but I don't know how stable it is or who is actually developing it:missTell wrote: ↑11. Aug 2022, 15:10
5. Xfce has a problem with handling open windows on the panel.
Maybe one should consider adding one more extension, for those who might need it.
If someone has many open windows, they won't fit on the taskbar.
If one groups them, it's hard to say what's what, as there is no window preview, like in all modern OS.
Gnome extension (copycat of Windows, of course, however, not as good though) as example:
It's pretty easy to find what one needs.
Now compare it to that Xfce mess.
Note that the number of opened windows is the same.
There is one extension, "Docklike Taskbar", which tries to overcome that productivity issue of Xfce.
It isn't really on-pair with Gnome / Windows, but also much better than nothing.
https://gitlab.xfce.org/panel-plugins/x ... /issues/30
https://gitlab.xfce.org/panel-plugins/x ... ike-plugin