[linux-elitists] Re: GNOME > you
Sat Jan 3 20:43:01 PST 2004
<quote who="Chip Salzenberg">
> Right. To give you a flavor of my fvwm2rc:
> AddToMenu MainMenu "Main Menu" Title
> + "%mini.xterm.xpm%&Debian Machines >>" Menu Debian
> AddToMenu Debian "Debian Machines" Title
> + "%mini.xterm.xpm%&apple" Exec xterm -e ssh apple.debian.org &
> + "%mini.xterm.xpm%&dog" Exec xterm -e ssh dog.debian.org &
> So F12-d-a opens an xterm to apple.debian.org. Not all of my menu
> actions are two levels deep, but all the frequent ones are chosen
> for keyboard navigation. Mousing around is only for the infrequent.
Yeah, bits of this are unexposed in gconf at the moment, but they are not
meant to be there forever.
> I hate to have to use the mouse for anything that isn't intrinsically
You shouldn't have to use the mouse for anything in GNOME. "That is our
commitment to keyboard navigability and accessibility." :-)
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