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Re: [SLUG] Enlightenment
- To: mikel@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: [SLUG] Enlightenment
- From: raster@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Fri Sep 22 02:18:40 2000
- Cc: slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Reply-to: raster@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
On 21 Sep, Michael Lake scribbled:
-> Mehmet Yousouf wrote:
-> > There is a keybindings.cfg file in /usr/share/enlightenment/config with
-> > mandrake (enlightenment ver 0.16.3-11) --guess it could be /usr/local for Deb
-> > -- this I gather has default bindings. I think if you copy it to your home
-> > directory it overrides the default one so, copy to your home directory and then
-> > modify??
-> Yep thanks Mehet. I just found it this morning and was going to post
-> here that prob is solved. Its in the same pace as Mandrake. Copied it to
-> my .enlightenment, edited it and now fine.
-> Actaully came across it accidently by readign the man pages for
-> x-window-manager. I didn't know what this was in /usr/bin and manned it.
-> Turns out it help pages for Enlightenment. The E menu item "Help"
-> doesn't work with my Debian setup for some reason so I never found the
-> help until now.
-> Interestingly the menus in Eterm don't do anything either (E 0.16.3)
this would be the result of bad packaging. the help entry works when
you get E from us. Rememebr distributions - nearly all, have a bad
habit of taking e and "destryoing it" - reducing functionality,
removing bits and resulting in it not working as intended by the
authors. in the case of debian i think they made the help docs a
separate package that does not get installed with enlightenment as a
requires - it's optional - and IMHO that is just plain wrong.
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