Re: Pager weirdness(?)

Sasha Vasko/OSCA/Courts/Judicial(sashav@sprintmail.com)
Thu, 15 Mar 2001 08:52:48 -0600



> Actually, I use it when I open a window whose title bar ends up
> off-screen, so I can get to it.  It's also handy for reorganizing windows
> without having to switch desktops.

Actually in future versions of AfterStep it is planned to make behaviour 
switchable using feel file.


> 
> --
> Michael Vieths
> Foeclan@Winternet.Com
> 
> On Wed, 14 Mar 2001, Stelios Bounanos wrote:
> 
> > In message <OF40298091.7BD4A843-ON86256A0F.0070CD54@osca.state.mo.us>,
> >     Sasha_Vasko@osca.state.mo.us <Sasha_Vasko@osca.state.mo.us> wrote:
> >
> > >
> >
> > [snip]
> >
> > >
> > > (1) I think you need to upgrade to 1.8.8 and it will go away, but 
since
> > > you already have working version from debian - then don't bother.
> > >
> > > (2) middle click is supposed to let you drag windows around. So when 
you
> > > click and release right away - it treats it as very short drag.
> > >
> >
> > Ah, I see. However I do remember using the Pager that way -- I used to
> > switch to an empty page, middle-click on a netscape window somewhere
> > else and type Alt-n. Then a new window popped up in the empty page,
> > very convenient!
> >   I can't imagine anyone(?) depending on the current behaviour for a
> > middle-click-then-release, so would you consider changing it to give
> > focus? I just demonstrated above that it can be useful :)
> >

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