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Month: June 2016

Re: [trinity-users] Switching layouts with keys and a couple of other questions

From: Gene Heskett <gheskett@...>
Date: Sat, 4 Jun 2016 20:54:40 -0400
On Saturday 04 June 2016 18:57:26 J. Drahun wrote:

> 04.06.2016 23:52, Gene Heskett wrote:
> > First, someone smarter than I will want to know which version? One
> > of the help menu's should tell you.
> Thanks for reminding! R14.0.3.
> OpenSUSE 13.1 is my distro, if that matters.
> > That sounds as if you have both text and icons selected. I'm running
> > R14.0.4 and do not now see that, but its possible I have turned that
> > off.
> Well, it just has too many menu options, maybe you have not such a
> menu.
> > That was never where the close window button has ever been located
> > on my install, on 2 machines here.  The single click to close the
> > window and any child processes in that window is the x in a small
> > box in the upper right corner of the windows border.  I believe its
> > location might be configurable, and as its not a problem here, I
> > haven't looked to see if it could be moved. Or made dbl-click. 
> > Personal prefs at work.
> Maybe I said not correctly, but I'm talking about the icon, not the X
> button. Where, like, a fox is drawn when you work with Firefox.
> > Possibly not much help, but its a weekend afternoon here, and while
> > I have work to do, it is raining just enough to make working outside
> > a chore.  So here I am. :)
> That's great, thanks!

That Icon opens a menu on the first click, and the menu has a 
close(alt-F4) hotkey.  And, I just checked as I keep a copy of kcalc 
running for gp uses, and a quick double-click does indeed cause it to 

And you probably should update, r14.0.4 has been out in the wild for 3 
weeks to a month. :)

> Best wishes, J. Drahun.
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Cheers, Gene Heskett
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