I m using icewm version 1.0.8-6 and I try to set a console at the bottom
of my workspace in order to see any error directed to the console.o do
that I start an color_xterm like this :
env SHELL=constcsh color_xterm -sb -sl 3000 -bg #999999 -fg #ffff00
-name console -C -geometry 188x3-0-0
Don't bother with then "env SHELL=constcsh" part.
I want it to be sticky and that no other action can be performed so I
put the following lines in the winoptions file :
Everything works fine except for 2 things :
When you move the mouse arround the border you will get an arrow mouse
pointer, then you hold the mouse button
and you can resize the window.
When the mouse change to the pointer and you press the right button, you
still get a menu.
Are those know issues ?
I think that the arrows key not working in the icewm help window is a
known issue, right ?
Thanks for this nice wm
On Thu, 12 Jul 2001, Thanh-Lam NGUYEN wrote:
> When you move the mouse arround the border you will get an arrow mouse
> pointer, then you hold the mouse button
> and you can resize the window.
Uh... Even the hotkey isn't disabled... Has to be fixed... As a quick
workarround: Set dBorder:0 to hide the window's border...
> SYSTEM MENU
> When the mouse change to the pointer and you press the right button, you
> still get a menu.
Well... dSysMenu only hides the system menu decoration. What you need is
a fSysMenu window option...
> Are those know issues ?
Maybe for Marko? I'm surprised...
> I think that the arrows key not working in the icewm help window is a
> known issue, right ?
As you know... icehelp is a quick hack...
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