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Re: [wmx] WMX GNOME and other enhancements patchJames Montgomerie
- Sun Nov 26 16:20:47 2000
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Cannam" <email@example.com>
To: "Chris Cannam" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: "James Montgomerie" <email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 26, 2000 3:41 PM
Subject: Re: [wmx] WMX GNOME and other enhancements patch
> Hoo no, something fundamentally wrong here. I applied the
> patch (cleanly) to wmx-6pre6, changed Config.h so as to set
> GNOME button compliance to False, and started it up only to
> find that none of the windows were responding to keyboard
> input. Actually, it's weirder than that -- I could exit an
> xterm by hitting ctrl-D, but nothing I typed made an impression
> on the window (although hey! maybe an rm -rf /home/cannam might
> have made an impression on the filesystem). Likewise Emacs,
> mozilla etc -- I couldn't type into anything. Focus appeared
> to be changing okay visually, switching desktops etc worked,
> and I tried restarting it a couple of times too.
Hrm - it's working for me with the setup you describe..
I remember a while ago, something weird happened, and when running WMX, X
would only accept input when numlock was on. It only happend twice and then
went away, so I thought no more about it. Perhaps this is the same problem?
Could you post what your options link points to?
- Re: [wmx] WMX GNOME and other enhancements patch, (continued)