Can someone explain to me what this does?
I don't get it, does it put windows side by side?
If so, I don't see how it is humanely possible for that to be better than this (no offense intended) :
here we go again lol
Anyway, your basically comparing expose to flip3D
To me, and many others, the only thing good about flip3D is it's cool factor.
It does not fulfill it's intended role as well as expose.
The main problem with flip3D is that all the previewed windows are tiled after one another which covers up certain parts of each tile. On top of that, you need to scroll through (much like the alt-tab concept) the tiles in order to have focus on a tile fully. Ofcourse you could just click on another tile in the back, but it's still covered up and not in full focus.
Expose however, gives the same treatment to every opened window. You can see all of them at the same level and with a matter of a single click get to where you want.
It's much more effective.
Now back to the topic,
Reporting back, I think I've found a bug.
The programs seems to sometimes randomly create previews of the whole desktop as a tile while exposing.
I will provide a preview image later as my internet is capped right now.
It's very random though so I have no idea what might be triggering it.
sometimes "refreshing" Dexpose2 gets rid of the problem. But not always. Weird.
Edited by wingkei, 28 December 2008 - 02:31 PM.