OK, Here you go. (I am ashamed none of them has anything to do with Java ) From Left to Right : 1. Exceed (Solaris Emulator) 2. Microsoft Visio 3. TIBCO repository Server DOS Window 4. Microsoft Outlook 5. Microsoft Word 6. Windows Explorer 7. Rational Rose 8. Dos Prompt 9. TIBCO Integration Manager Dos Window 10. TIBCO Integration Manager 11. TIBCO Repository Manager Dos Window 12. TIBCO Repository Manager 13. UML e-Book 14. Another Rational Rose Instance Phew. That was quite a mouthful.If i list all the windows I have open in my Solaris window , it could take all day Jason, u r not alone Tintin
Currently: 1. Yahoo Im, 2. Lotus Notes, 3. Excel - Speadsheet with info about links I need to change , 4. Word - Document with instructions on how to use new Content Management tool to change links. 5. Word - Changes document. 6. Real One Player - Listening to Eddie Izzard, at least he makes me laugh. 7. Teamsite Launchpad, 8. Teamsite Templating Client 9. IE - Javaranch 10. IE - My Home E-mail 11. IE - Yahoo Mail 12. IE - Teamsite (keeps bloody crashing my browser as well :grr: ) 13. Textpad for editing JSPs 14. Visual Age for Java 15. Win CVS 16. Toad (Excellent DB viewing tool) 17. Explorer - Viewing Local Drive 18. Exceed Hummingbird - Viewing Dev Environment 19. Exceed X Window - Viewing one server 20. Exceed X window - viewing another 21. Local version on Weblogic 6 in DOS
and that's actually a small amount of windows for me! [ March 12, 2002: Message edited by: Angela Poynton ]
Pounding at a thick stone wall won't move it, sometimes, you need to step back to see the way around.
I normally have so many windows open that I've had to get used to putting my task bar on the right side of the window so that I can see what's what. If I put them on the bottom, they all get scrunched and I end up with multiple rows. Right now, I only have 11 windows open but, then again, my day is just starting, I'm sure I'll be up around 20 within the hour...
Computer1 - Lotus Notes Mail - IE- Java Ranch Jarkarta Forum - IE- Java Ranch this document - IE- www.leo.org: german-english dictionary - MS NotePad with the names of the 2 fancy java programmers they hired in Dresden - MS-Word: Old Bid/Offer Document for Customer - MS-Word: new Bid/Offer Document for Customer - MS-calculator - Eclipse - MS-Explorer Computer2 - Lotus Notes Designer - Lotus Notes Computer3 (screen accessible over switch box from this screen) - IE JavaRanch - IE some_jsp_in_WebSphere - MS Explorer - MS - Services - WebSphere Admin Console - WebSphere Application Developer (in other words. More than I can understand. )
And here, - Windows Explorer (I haven't closed it for a week or so! Hmm. W2KPro isn't that bad.) - MS Outlook - Allire HomeSite - IntelliJ - Orion Console - Tomcat Console - RealOne - Visual Source Safe - Opera (Thanks to Opera - 6 browser instances inside) - UltraEdit ( The only reliable, fast text editor that I know - But sad they dont have feature to count number of windows open in it.. ) But what really disturbs me is the speed at which ShortcutBar and SystemTray is growing. I already have 8 items in SystemTray and 15(*) icons in Desktop ShortcutBar !! :roll: Already I have StatusBar arranged in 2 rows, and SystemTray starts where ShortCutBar ends! Ashok [ March 12, 2002: Message edited by: J Ash ]
for me 1> Visual Age for Java Workbench 2>WebSphere Console window 3>Acrobat Reader - ( WebSphere 4.0 handbook ) 4>IE-Rediffmail inbox 5>my Games folder 6>Application Assembly Tool for WebSphere 7>IE-Indiatimes Live Cricket Commentary ( india Vs zimbabwe match) 8>IE- Javaranch main page 9>Winzip- Extracting the infocenter for WebSphere 10>IE- Hotmail inbox 11>IE- replying to this post. I just got a message " Your system is running low on virtual memory .." .. i better end this reply and close this window...
regards,<br />Dharmesh Chheda
Joined: Apr 19, 2001
We are all Crazy people.
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