I love the « legacy » workspace switcher.
I’ve just noticed it no longer works in 20.04 the way it used to in 19.10 :
If you drag and drop an app from a workspace onto the + sign it does not add a new workspace.
It used to work like a charm on 19.10.
Now one has to first click on the + sign to add a new workspace and then after d’n’d the app.
As a side effect I guess, [ ctrl ]+[ alt ]+[ → ] no longer adds new workspace - and I admit it’s better like this.
But I really miss the mouse d’n’d over the + sign.
( never happy )
hmm - surprising obs. I’ve got 18.04 with the same version of budgie as 19.10 - but I cannot drag & drop an app either from the legacy menu or the new menu.
I don’t have a 19.10 image to play with at the moment though.
ah - wait - I can drag and drop from an app that is running in the workspace switcher onto the + on both 18.04 and 20.04 - and a workspace is created with that app.
Ah ah ah lol. Today it’s working like a charm too in 20.04.
I think my mistake comes from the animation - which has maybe changed between 19.10 and 20.04 ?
Nothing happens until you drop / release mouse.
Other cool change is now if a workspace becomes empty, it’s deleted, nice.
Sometimes the + sign does not disappear as it should do but no big deal.