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bio website circleci.com
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seen Jul 12 at 23:42

I founded and run Circle, where we make easy-to-use, hosted continuous integration.

In past lives, I've worked on the Javascript engine at Mozilla, done a PhD in compiler optimizations, static analyses and dynamic languages, and started a YCombinator startup.


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accepted What characters are forbidden in OS X filenames?
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revised What characters are forbidden in OS X filenames?
my assumptions were wrong
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asked What characters are forbidden in OS X filenames?
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comment Is there a taskbar for OS X?
Andrew: While I appreciate your effort, your answer is not helpful. I'm looking for a list of windows. Dock does not display this. (You say it 'does list windows when you select an application'. That is clearly not the behaviour I want when I say that I'd 'like to permanently see a clickable list of windows I have open').
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comment Is there a taskbar for OS X?
@Ian: That means I'd have to click to see what windows the application has. It also shows every open application, not just the applications that are open on that virtual desktop. Very different behaviour.
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revised Is there a taskbar for OS X?
clarify question
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comment Is there a taskbar for OS X?
There's nothing wrong with the Dock, it's just different. I described the behaviour I'm looking for, and the Dock behaves differently.
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comment Is there a taskbar for OS X?
Thanks for the answer, but I want to see it all the time, not just when I click a button. As in, I want a taskbar. (My question had a typo which may have obscured this, sorry!)