newbie xftree question
prahlad-gupta at uiowa.edu
Wed Mar 19 20:46:35 CET 2003
Thanks for the tip. Unfortunately, because I use Mac OS X, Alt and
mouse buttons have never really worked too well for me, so these
oprions don;t work.
But I did manage to figure out that removing the xftreerc files would
revert xfce to the default state which includes menus. So that's what
I did, so I have the menus back.
At 15:05 hrs on March 13 2003 edscott wilson garcia wrote:
> El jue, 13-03-2003 a las 10:02, Prahlad Gupta escribi=F3:
> > I've been using xfce for a while, but have only just started
> > experimenting with xftree, which looks great!
> > Stupdily, I chose an option from the xftree menu that said not to show th=
> > menu. How can I get the menu back in xftree?
> I think its ALT-M, or choose "show menu" from the popup menu which
> appears with button 3
> > Thanks in advance --
> > -- Prahlad
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