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Re: [SLUG] gnome migration
- To: slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: [SLUG] gnome migration
- From: Jeff Waugh <jdub@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri Sep 13 14:17:02 2002
- User-agent: Mutt/1.4i
<quote who="James Gregory">
> > > I should probably also mention that I've had the gnome-panel thing die
> > > several times in this session. Is that likely to have destroyed its
> > > ability to see the keyboard?
> > No, the window manager gets first dibs on key presses.
> alright, well assuming that's a metacity setting, how do I configure it?
> The stuff in .metacity doesn't look very helpful.
If you're still talking about workspace changing, that's in the Keyboard
Shortcuts control panel with everything else. :-)
> > Click on the second column and type your shortcut.
> tried that. I've single clicked, double clicked and triple clicked all
> my mouse buttons to no avail. It refuses to let me type anything in
On mine, I click once on the second column, it changes to "Type a new
shortcut" and I press some keys.
> > > ahh ok. And I just discovered you get this menu on titlebar-less windows
> > > by alt-right-clicking -- in WM that's the way I resize windows. Is there
> > > an equivalent metacity thing to do that?
> > Alt-F8 (again, mentioned in the Keyboard Shortcuts panel).
> Not for me (and alt-f8 doesn't do anything either)
What is listed under the Desktop and Window Management sections in your
Keyboard Shortcuts control panel?
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