Re: Cancel "Nevermind" Re: Type-specific right-button menus?
- From: James Henstridge <james daa com au>
- To: "David G. Wonnacott" <davew-gnome triluminary cs haverford edu>
- cc: gnome-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Cancel "Nevermind" Re: Type-specific right-button menus?
- Date: Sat, 24 Jul 1999 13:42:34 +0800 (WST)
If you have my package gnorpm installed, check the
$(prefix)/share/mime-info/gnorpm.keys file. It adds a few extra items to
the context menu of RPMs.
On 23 Jul 1999, David G. Wonnacott wrote:
> I'll have to take back my retraction of my question about configuring
> GMC -- as far as I can tell, the user configuration options described
> in http://www.gnome.org/mc/manual.html does not totally correspond to
> the GMC distributed with RedHat 6.0. Or at least, I am unable to get
> access to the "user menu" items I put in my .mc/menu file (F2 seems to
> bring up the "run command" dialog).
> So, to reinstate and revise my question:
> 1) Is there an easy way to set up a key or mouse click to run a
> specific command (rather than prompt to ask what command to run)?
> I can make do with this functionality if (2) is not available.
> 2) (what I really want) Is there a way to add a type-specific action
> to the menu that pops up when I hold down the right mouse button?
> I believe this sort of functionality goes back at least to
> Smalltalk/80, and it would be nice to see it integrated into GMC if
> it's not there.
> Dave Wonnacott
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