__/ [ Stephen Fairchild ] on Tuesday 30 May 2006 12:37 \__
> Linonut wrote:
>> After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out this bit o'
>>> So, evidently, Linux has got something right.
>>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>> | The features are:
>>> | * Alt + Left Button: Drag to move a window.
>>> | * Alt + Right Button: Drag to resize a window.
>> That second one I didn't know about. It works in XFce!
>>> | * Double-Alt + Left Button: Minimize a window.
>>> | * Double-Alt + Right Button: Maximize/Restore a window.
>>> | * Double-Alt + Middle Button: Close a window.
>> How the hell do you do a double-Alt /and/ use the mouse?
> Left hand, use thumb and little finger.
For shade, minimise and close I just use Alt+F6, Alt+F5 and Alt+F4
respectively. This seems easier than the thumb+pinky and it is configurable
in both GNOME and KDE. Shade ana minimise are less necessary if one uses
virtual desktops. In KDE, the mouse wheel can be used to switch virtual
Another nice tool:
http://tcbmi.com/strokeit/ (for Winwoes)
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