Trash, window-raising behaviour?
kawazu at zimmer428.net
Wed Feb 20 09:26:33 UTC 2008
Am Wed, 20 Feb 2008 09:42:06 +0100
schrieb Radomir Dopieralski <xubuntu at sheep.art.pl>:
> Yes, you can hold down the shift key while deleting the file, then it
> will be deleted immediately and completely. For more details see the
> trash specification at http://freedesktop.org, it might be possible
> to configure it to do it automatically for some disks.
> How the window manager must react when a window raises itself. When
> set to "bring", the window manager to bring the window on the
> current workspace, "switch" will switch to the window's workspace,
> and "none" will simply do nothing but set the "demand attention"
> flag on the window.
Wow, thanks loads for your quick response and help. So I am happier
now, even though having these things reachable via the XFCE
configuration indeed would be nice. :)
Anyway, thanks again, have a great day.
Cheers from Dresden,
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