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Re: Mouse wrap in KDE

  • Subject: Re: Mouse wrap in KDE
  • From: "Noah" <uluman@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: 2 Oct 2006 09:46:07 -0700
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Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> __/ [ Noah ] on Monday 02 October 2006 17:11 \__
> > Hi folks,
> > I'm looking for a way to have my mouse wrap around the screen edges in
> > X (i.e. jump from the left edge to the right edge, top to bottom, etc).
> >  I read it's possible in Gnome and some other environments, but a few
> > people said it's also possible in KDE.  I can't find any option for it.
> >  Do you know how to enable it?
> >
> > Thanks!
> Hi,
> Assuming I understand correctly what you mean by "wrapping", try this:
> Control Center -> Desktop -> Windows Behaviour -> "Advanced" tab -> Enable
> Active Desktop Borders and set time for switch delay.
> I never knew this function was available in GNOME. It didn't appear so the
> last time I used it, so I suspect that we may be talking about totally
> separate things here.
> Best wishes,
> Roy

Thanks Roy but your suspicion is correct, that's not quite the
"wrapping" I'm looking for.  Say you're dragging the mouse to the
right... once it reaches the right edge of the screen, it instantly
appears on the left edge and continues on it's way.  (like the ship in
"Asteroids" :))

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