On Tue, 24 Apr 2012 at 22:23:51 (+0200), Kim Woelders wrote:
> > I've got strange trouble resizing windows under my e16-1.0.10 (FreeBSD
> > 8.3 i386) since some time: when I try to use Alt + Middle-Mouse-Button
> > to resize any window on the desktop it doesn't do anything except
> > freezing mouse pointer at all. Any other actions involving mouse work
> > fine. The only problem is to resize windows.
> > Are there any solutions or any other ways to resize windows except
> > dragging its border? The thing is that I need to resize my iconbox but
> > it has no borders =(
> Resize by Alt-Middle-Mouse broken entirely? Weird... sounds like some
> server change/breakage.
I've noticed that not only Alt-Middle-Mouse freezes pointer, but simply
pressing Middle-Mouse behaves the same way: pointer doesn't move while
Middle-Mouse is holded =(
> The default keybindings file has some disabled entries:
> # Move/resize using keyboard
> #KeyDown CS m wop * move kbd
> #KeyDown CS s wop * size kbd
> If you enable them (copy /usr/share/e16/config/bindings.cfg to ~/.e16,
> remove #), you can move/resize the focused window by keyboard.
> Start with Ctrl-Shift M/S, move/resize using arrow keys, end with Enter,
> cancel with Escape.
Thanx! Thanx a lot! I had googled for almost all the day yesterday,
found that there's some way to change window size with keyboard, but
couldn't find just how to do that.
> There is a problem wrt. the iconbox though, as it won't get focus.
> The simplest solution, I think, is to use eesh, e.g.
> $ eesh win_op Iconbox size <width> <height>
> $ eesh win_op Iconbox size kbd
> and use keyboard as outlined above.
Magic! Thank you VERY VERY much! =)
George L. Yermulnik