Re: Wheel mice

On Wed, Sep 27, 2000 at 10:07:48AM +0100, Chris Wareham wrote:
> This is the braindead Motif behaviour. Num Lock is considered a modifier,
> which affects not only keys, but the mouse buttons as well. So whenever
> the Num Lock is on, keyboard accelerators (eg. Ctrl-S to save in NEdit)
> and the mousewheel (buttons 4 and 5) don't work properly.
> A possible workaround is to use xset to permanently enable the Num Lock,
> which may also require configuration in your XF86Config file. Note that
> Caps Lock also buggers up the keyboard accelarators ...
Another workaround is to never use the "none" keyword together with Button
events. Use ~Shift~Ctrl~Alt instead.


Quotes from the net, featuring John Lapeyre[L] and Christopher F. Miller [M]:
M> I'm not sure what the right words are to describe Upside.  Last month they
M> mentioned the sendmail **web server** as an example of the failure of the
M> open source process....
L> Well, sendmail does a lousy job of serving webpages.

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