I set up my new notebook and was choosing my desktop. XFCE is cool and dandy and all but after nine years I was tempted by something different. Gnome would be great (I started on Gnome 2 and went to Gnome 3 before XFCE), but there’s the fuck-up with wayland and the double cursors, so I fell for Budgie.
Cool Gnome looks, comes with the App-bar on the left side (where I had put mine in XFCE, too) and has a number of great dark themes that really work throughout the system. But there’s one thing that sucks big time.
You can’t open multiple instances of one program. Say I have a terminal open on desktop one and I click on the bar on desktop three to open one there, too, it fucking doesn’t work. Instead I will be warped to desktop one and find myself with that terminal. I then have to open a new instance in that terminal and push it over two desktops to the place where I need it.
Same shit with the file-manager. I can’t open it multiple times on different desktops.
Who knows how to change that? I found nothing so far