Re: Firefox/Iceweasel's weird close/quit behaviour
On Wed, 21 Feb 2007 18:53:06 +0100, Joe wrote in message
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> Arnt Karlsen wrote:
> >>> ..huh??? Both c-w and C-q works for me, both in kde and fluxbox,
> >on >> both Iceweasel and Konqueror.
> >> Perhaps you're running Sarge. If you've you're running Etch or
> >newer, > you're in for a surprise. Konqueror 3.5.5 does not close
> >that way.
> > ..it does on my Sid boxes.
> >>> ..now if the konq crew could use c-t rather than shift-ctrl-n for
> >a >> new tab...
> >> But it ctrl-t does open a new tab :)
> > ..not here. ;o)
> Very Strange.
..just got less strange: I actually tried it instead of just read the
menu flaps. ;o)
> > ..could it be my setup overriding standard konqueror-3.5.5 setup?
> > Been using kde since 2.2.2, and konueror since 3.0, AFAICR.
> I would say most likely, because this system is a standard install, no
> customization (to at least konqueror).
> > ..we're all newbies at at least some part of life. ;o)
> Tell me about it. It took me about an hour to figure out how to get
> rid of the override of KDM so I could change the theme. Thankfully,
> when I tried to do it, a message popped up telling me about the
> override, and referred me to a file (would have been better if it was
> a link).
> Reading that file was a bit confusing. I finally figured out that I
> needed to remove a line in /etc/default/kdm.d/10_desktop-base, or just
> rm the file. The more times I encounter things like that, the more I
> learn. I don't quite understand why an override is needed and the
> theme can't be set in kdmrc, but that's beside the point.
> One of the things that draws me to KDE is the fact that _almost_
> everything is configurable (I can't change the foreground text color
> on the items in the taskbar :( ). Oh well.
> I have to agree with the OP that the apps should use the standard
> shortcuts. It's taken me a while to get used to ctrl-q because of
> certain programs like Amarok that will go to the system tray if you
> try to close them by clicking the close window button (usually an X).
> There are a few others that do the same.
> At least we can download the source code and change it if it really
> bugs us.
..well, there's always xkill. ;o)
..med vennlig hilsen = with Kind Regards from Arnt... ;o)
...with a number of polar bear hunters in his ancestry...
Scenarios always come in sets of three:
best case, worst case, and just in case.