in KDE, it gives a selectable list of all windows in that space, with an indicator of whether it is open or not

5. When one clicks once an icon for a Space in KDE, it gives a selectable list of all windows in that space, with an indicator of whether it is open or not.

It should say 'when one selects ALT-TAB', which gives a vertical list of horizontal window rows for the space. One does get a passive list of windows per desktop on when hovering over a button for a desktop in the KDE panel mini-page.

Minimised windows are indicated in (brackets) and greyed out a bit (not shown below).

KDE3.5: ALT TAB gives nice vertical list with rows indicating the application by icon and the window title as text

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KDE3.5: ALT TAB gives nice vertical list with rows indicating the application by icon and the window title as text

Unlike Mac OS X Leopard COMMAND+TAB, the list is restricted to those Windows within a Space, it does not give the Applications list (which is available anyway as a very nice application button list in the KPanel anyway, and with what in Mac OS X are now called "stacks" or related Windows for each given App, but in the KDE version that Windows list is easier to read with Window Title and App icon).