Other Distros (NOT A FLAMEWAR TOPIC!!)
alan at linuxholdings.co.za
Sun Apr 9 00:18:06 UTC 2006
On Sunday 09 April 2006 01:33, Gary W. Swearingen wrote:
> Finally, a non-OS complaint: Too many programs (>1) don't honor the
> standard (since before Win3.1, IIRC) X11 select/cut/paste scheme.
> On one OS (Ubuntu, maybe, after I managed to find the relevent
> repo) the cut and paste was even messed up within xemacs.
Too right. I simply won't use an app that doesn't "get" middle clicks.
> And I might as well add a KDE (and maybe GNOME) gripe: I miss the
> standard window manager function of forcing the window behind all
> others. (I'm still trying to decide whether to learn how to
> wrangle KDE or return to my beloved fvwm2.)
You mean like System menu -> Advanced -> Keep Below Others?
There's a key binding for it on Control Center -> Regional &
Accessibility -> Keyboard Shortcuts. Look in the Windows topic in the
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