[Usability] Re: Fixing the foobar wrt fitt's law

On Thu, 2001-10-04 at 17:44, Benjamin Kahn wrote:
> On Thu, 2001-10-04 at 00:48, Seth Nickell wrote:
> > > > be worth it). I would love for some brave hacker to volunteer to fix
> > > > this problem so we can all mouse easier at night (and during the day).
> > > 
> > > 	If I recall, this is a sawfish issue.  I remember a while ago a
> > > discussion on the sawfish lists about how they implement edge flipping. 
> > > Sawfish creates four invisible windows 1 pixel wide placed on all the
> > > edges of the screen.  These windows capture the mouse click.  The only
> > > way to turn them off is to run the sawfish-ui capplet and select
> > > Workspaces->Edge flipping from the tree.  Unselect "Select next desktop
> > > when the pointer hits screen edge" and click okay.  
> > 
> > Hmm, even when I disable this or switch to Oroborus I can't click on the
> > top couple of pixels.
> 	I checked this out on a non-Ximianized machine and ... you're right; it
> didn't work.  I guess this was a patch which didn't get merged into the
> official gnome-core.  

no, it is in gtk.  please read my earlier post in this thread.


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