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Fuzzy Window Switcher For Ubuntu

Fuzzy Window Switcher is a tool inspired by Sublime Text’s Ctrl+P, useful for those who keep a lot of windows open: it allows you to switch between windows by typing a few letters that match the window title.According to its description, Fuzzy Window Switcher has been created for Ubuntu, but it should work in other Linux distributions as well (not tested though).The tool sorts open windows according to your input and focuses the window on top of the list. You can hide it by pressing the Enter key or a keyboard shortcut.By default, pressing F11 shows or hides the Fuzzy Window Switcher and you can change the key by editing a file (there’s no settings GUI to change the keyboard shortcut yet).Fuzzy Window Switcher is a work in progress and there are a few things that need to be improved. In the future, the application should get a better sorting algorithm, an improved UI and tray icons.Install Fuzzy Window SwitcherArch Linux: Fuzzy Window Switcher is available in AUR.Fuzzy Window Switcher requires GTK3, PyGi and Keybinder 3. The first two should be installed by default in Ubuntu and to install Keybinder 3 in Ubuntu 12.10, 13.04 or 13.10, use the following

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