[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Re: FVWM 2.2 officially released

On Tue, 2 Mar 1999, Paul Slootman wrote:

> On Tue 23 Feb 1999, John Hasler wrote:
> > Joseph Carter writes:
> > > I keep fvwm around, it's fairly minimal by comparison to other wm's, but
> > > it's rather powerful still.
> > 
> > It's the only thing I use.  Fvwm2 won't work with my .fvwmrc, and anyhow
> > fvwm has everything I need.
> fvwm 1 is also the only version that allows me to switch between the virtual
> screens with ctrl-arrow . I refuse to mouse over to the panning window
> and click there; that's a complete waste of time for me. The ctrl-arrow
> keystroke is fully programmed into my neural nets :-)
> Of course, if there's any way to do that with another window manager
> (e.g. fvwm 2.2), I'd love to hear about it. But *I* have never been
> able to find out how.

<mindless plug>

Enlightenment version 0.15 has completely configurable keys, so the above
is certainly possible, although not the default.

People would be advised to wait for the upcoming unified
debian-gnome-1.0-gtk-1.2 before playing, though, since that'll incorporate
the e-conf apple properly.


|  Jelibean aka  | jules@jellybean.co.uk         |  6 Evelyn Rd	       |
|  Jules aka     | jules@debian.org              |  Richmond, Surrey   |
|  Julian Bean   | jmlb2@hermes.cam.ac.uk        |  TW9 2TF *UK*       |
|  War doesn't demonstrate who's right... just who's left.             |
|  When privacy is outlawed... only the outlaws have privacy.          |

Reply to: