I thought about it, and I still think it's a bug as it's not the desired
result of the action I took. At least, it's an oversight on the part of
the developers that they didn't include a warning in the settings
dialogue that warned this might happen.
Oh yes, other annoyances, though, this time with KDE2.
CTRL-W is used to close one window of an application, or specifically a
browser window in the Windows world. ALT-W does the same for
Netscape/UNIX, why does Konqueror ask you to use CTRL-Q?
Leading on from that, Kmail uses CTRL-W to close the whole
application(it ight just close one "mail client" but since I doubt most
people will open more than 1 instance of kmail the result is the same as
a standard CTRL-Q)
In Kmail, while composing a message, press ALT by accident and if you
press RETURN twice your half composed mail gets sent..
Yeah, yeah, it's GUI stuff, but boy is it annoying, and yes, I'll be
posting them to relevant mailing lists or developers later.
Scott Wunsch wrote:
>> On Thu, 23-Nov-2000 at 16:42:00 +0000, Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
>> > If you bring up the attributes for a window, select the window type by
> > clicking on "Defaults for all windows" and then go to Application
> > Specific and enable "No Application Icon", when you restart Window Maker
> > your dock apps won't work!
>> That's not a bug ;-). Think about it. You've just set the default for
> *all* applications to be no appicon. Dockapps are merely fancy appicons.
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