RE: gmc dndrop ??

I think right drag should be implemented if its not.  I always teach new
people to use right drag until they get understand when Copy is default and
when Move is default.  Note the bold default is a big help in slowly
teaching the user.

At 11:19 AM 1/7/99 -0800, you wrote:
>Does GMC right drag? It is one nice thing about windows. you can then choose
>which method. Copying, Moving, or Linking.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From:	Miguel de Icaza []
>> Sent:	Thursday, January 07, 1999 11:19 AM
>> To:;
>> Subject:	Re: gmc dndrop ??
>> > Still, I can run it (almost) OK but if when I do a drag and drop of
>> > a directory on my desktop, it actually COPIES recusively the whole
>> directory 
>> > under ~/desktop !! Is that a bug ... or a feature ???
>> It is performing the DnD "copy" operation (the default), if you want
>> just to "link", you want to use control-shift-drag.
>> Do you think this scheme is broken?  Do you think a different set of
>> keybindings should be used?
>> Miguel.

Tom Jenkins                    Windows developer for today
DevIS                          Linux developer for tommorrow
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