Hello, fellow ROXers.
I like ROX-Filer a lot as a graphical filer because it is fast and efficient.
But one thing that I cannot get used to is the initial position of the
context menu relative to the mouse cursor. That is, in almost every other
application program that features this type of menu, the menu is drawn just
outside of the mouse's view (i.e. directly south-east of the mouse cursor, or
directly north-east of the mouse cursor if you are too close to the bottom of
In this case, ROX is an exception, and in this case, the exception is a bad
thing for me. Can this initial position be changed to get the behaviour I
describe without hacking the source? I can hack the source, too, if needed,
but if that's the case, maybe someone can give me a hint of where in the
source to look for this setting?
I'm using ROX 2.2.0 and it is compiled and running with GTK-2.6.1.
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