Keybindings and possible feature for AS 1.9

kalen (kalen@karoe.penguinpowered.com)
Wed, 18 Oct 2000 23:13:03 -0400 (EDT)



Recently my monitor went phzz-pop, and I had to start using an old vga. I
was at first very pissed but now that I have been using just the console I
have realized how valuable the keyboard and thus keybindings (in AS) are.
I was wondering if there is a way to assign, on the fly, specific "values"
to specific windows. I know you can assign..oh say..CTRL-ALT-F8 to "exec
aterm -e pine" but I was looking for something a little more dynamic. 
Such as:
CTRL-ALT-F1   A1
CTRL-ALT-F2   A2
CTRL-ALT-F3   A3
CTRL-ALT-F4   A4
CTRL-ALT-F5   A5

Then allow setting and unsetting of the A$ values on the fly. Similar to
the sticky module. Where you can have the window stay on top and follow
you from workspace to workspace. Except that instead of staying with you
it has a keybinding. Is there a similar function in AfterStep now, that I
have over looked? Could such a function be added? Yes, I am aware that the
team of coders has recently dropped to a team of 1 and sometimes 2 but I
was just curious. If I had "any" knowledge of C++ I would at the very
least pull the cvs version and start hacking but since I have no knowledge
of said language I can only ask. 



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