On Thu, 2004-01-15 at 16:04, Alan wrote:
On Thu, 2004-01-15 at 09:47, Alan Cox wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 15, 2004 at 01:38:45AM -0800, Alan wrote:
> > In Redhat 9 I would just bring up the redhat mouse configure app and it
> > would reset the mouse. That does not work in Fedora any more.
> Switch to text mode and back probably does the right thing
There does not seem to be a keybinding for that anymore. (Used to be
something like Alt-F12.) I guess I get to hack one in.
Ctrl-Alt-F1 (through F6), and yeah, it's still there.
> > Also, is there going to be a config app to change mouse
> > Gnome?
> The cursor size is settable (where hardware supports it) in
I am talking about the cursor theme. Keith Packard had a way of
changing cursors in 4.3.0. There was an initial "cursor theme" changer
in Redhat 9, but no way to add new ones. It went away in Fedora.
It is not important, just kind of nice...
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> Bullshit needs repeating."
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Gasp and sweat and pant and wheeze! Uh-oh! Feel momentum cease!
Watch it tumble down and then roll the boulder up again!"
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