Re: What feel am I using?!?

Andrew Sullivan (
Tue, 15 Dec 1998 15:15:02 -0500 (EST)

On Tue, 15 Dec 1998, Albert Schueller wrote:

  Is there a
> way to determine which feel you're currently using?

Yes, except it's sort of tricky.  You need to compare the feel.nbpp (where
n=yourbitdepth) in G/L/A/non-configurable with the various feels in the
default directory.  (You can probably do this for only one desktop, as
it's unlikely you have a different feel for each desk.)  Checking the
parts about "ClickToFocus" and "ClickToRaise" are a good place to start.
It's certain that you didn't use the feel.ICCCM, because you have some
keys bound to the window manager.


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