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I'm looking for a way to increase number of rows in worskpaces layout.

i.e. 3 cols and 2 rows. Using g-conf I can only change number of worskpaces horizontally, but not vertically, even if it seems to be possibile.

I'm working on a Ubuntu 11.04 machine.

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maybe should be moved to – Juan Sebastian Totero May 10 '11 at 15:14
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I found it. The key to change the number of rows in gconf-editor is /apps/panel/applets/workspace_switcher_screen0/prefs/num_rows from

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Is it supposed to work if the workspace switcher applet is not started? I don't have it, and this settings doesn't seem to make any difference. – PierreBdR Oct 18 '11 at 8:02

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