On Sun, 13 Aug 2000, Ed Cogburn wrote:
> I'm using woody + helixcode GNOME. Does the gnome-terminal currently
> have no way to read and use X resource files? In gnome-terminal,
> things like the key sequence produced by the F1 key is different from
> the one in the regular xterm. gnome-terminal is not reading
> /etc/X11/Xresources/xterm, apparently. I looked, but the docs
> available didn't help me with this. So is this on the things-to-do
> list, or is there a way to configure it that I don't know about.
One of the reasons why I overall prefer xterm is because it
conforms to X protocols. To my knowledge, gnome apps don't do this. The
gnome-terminal has its own menu built-in for configuration. I'm not sure
if you can rebind keys with it though.
Maybe you should try a gnome mailing list?
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