xrandr support / xffm: cursor keys
Luis Miguel Garcia
ktech at wanadoo.es
Sat Sep 13 13:08:13 CEST 2003
On sÃ¡b, 2003-09-13 at 08:50, Jeroen Valkonet wrote:
> Two things:
> - when i select another screensize for X-Window (e.g. using xrandr -s 2
> or ALT-numpad + / ALT-numpad -), xfce4 doesn't seem to notice. When i
> maximize a window afterwards it's maximized agains the previous
> screensize. The panel also isn't recentered. Gnome (recent versions
> anyway) handles this correctly, i.e. shrink windows/panel where needed
I don't know about this.
> - the treecontrol in xffm accepts navigating using the cursor keys which
> is great. But to close the current folder i have to move up all the way
> to the directoryname and only then can it be closed (using the LEFT
> key). If i know i want to close it anyway why not let the LEFT key close
> it right away from any of the files (ofcourse including the currently
> selected file) ?
But this would be VERY NICE. Is it very difficult to implement?
> Jeroen Valkonet
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