Re: Sawfish - keybinding funny.
On Tue, 2003-06-03 at 12:24, Todd Pytel wrote:
> I noticed this also with Sarge. Looks like Sawfish is being moved to the
> GNOME 2 version, which in my experience has always sucked tremendously.
> Somehow, they took a nice, simple window manager that had just the right
> options, reduced the number of options, removed the config tool, and
Yeah I agree. I really liked the fact that you could dynamically create
new virtual desktops which is of course gone.
Does Metacity have key bindings and the like? I tried to have a look at
some doco a while back but the 'home page' is an ftp directory and there
didn't seem to much doco in there...
> yet still left it working worse than before.
> Solution: Use Metacity.
> Richard Heycock <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I use keybindings quite a lot in sawfish but I noticed recently (I
> > think after the last upgrade but I'm not sure) that some of them don't
> > work very well. For example I have an xterm mapped to ctrl-shift-e and
> > when I press those keys a number things might happen:
> > * it works, but not very often;
> > * it does nothing, but not very often;
> > * it thinks for about 3 seconds and then pops up two xterms.
> > If an xterm has focus then an 'e' is printed after about a
> > second. This is the most common scenario.
> > I've tried binding the xterm to a differnt set of keys (ctrl-alt-e)
> > and the other keybindings work (ctrl-alt-r - roll shade window). I am
> > running unstable.
> > Does anyone have insight into this?
> > rgh
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