Re: magic term?

cjones (cjones@thunder.ocis.temple.edu)
Thu, 20 May 1999 19:24:42 -0400


> >Put a transparent term on the desktop so that it works as if it were part
of the root window? I'm not sure about this one, but

> >I want it to act as if it were part of my desktop so that I can click in the
> >term window and get my root menu, not focus! Focus would be through the winlist
> >or a function key... whatever.
> 
> It would be very usefull for you to read man page for afterstep ( man afterstep)
> look in configuration files/database section  - there are pletora of options,
> and one can't
> remember all of them. It will be Enlightening reading for you I bet :)

:):)  There are man pages? I bet there are even howtos and info pages! Four
years using linux and I always thought I had to guess! :):)

Maybe I missed something when I was thinking about this problem of mine. Here's
what the man says:

FocusStyle
StickyStyle
UnfocusStyle
AvoidCover
BorderWidth
NoFocus
Icon
NoTitle
NoHandles
WindowListSkip
CirculateSkip
StaysOnTop
Layer
StartIconic
StartsOnDesk
VerticleTitle
ViewportX
ViewportY
NoButton
SuppressIcons

Which of these specifically from the "database" section will say "popup the
root menu when a click is registered in <window name>" ?

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