Adrian wrote:Activities can be useful, you can set up: Work, Home, Research, Games activities for example and each can have its own widgets, links and look, they are not supposed to be used as or as a replacement of multiple desktops (workspaces).
I do see what you mean Adrian. If I did anything in addition to what I do on my computer, I might use Activities. But my needs are so simple it would be more complex than it's worth. If I ever decide to code for instance I can see having an Activity for that. I'm not saying Activities aren't useful in many situations. They would be. For instance I don't burn a lot of optical disks. So I'm not going to setup an Activity for burning. Nor would I for ripping a DVD. Just don't do enough of that activity to bother setting up an Activity.
Strangely enough I'm glad to have the functionality of Activities. If I ever do see a need I'll be happier that it's there.
Yes, even I am dishonest. Not in many ways, but in some. Forty-one, I think it is.