The death touch...
hugh d fegely
wolffe at cavtel.net
Thu Jul 24 23:33:03 CEST 2003
As far as I recall... and I know this works on my system..
a simple tool called "xkill" should be installed on your system.. this will kill any gui-oriented program that's locked up on your screen without affecting the rest of your desktop.
I know there used to be an option in the drop down menu for XFce3 windows to kill a process/program, but only the "close" option is there now. So I use xkill for those errant programs when they lock up on me.
hugh d fegely -- --- -- wolffe at cavtel.net
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On Thu, 24 Jul 2003 14:29:49 -0700
Harry Putnam <reader at newsguy.com> wrote:
> In xfce3X we used to have a little tool that allowed the user to
> waste a recalcitrant window or application with a single click, once
> the cursor had aquired the `death touch' power.
> Do we have anything similar in xfce4?
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