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On Dec 3, 2007, at 15:25, J K wrote:
I just discovered (as in self-discovered) a featurebug that I thought I'd share with people who might care about it.
**Please do not fix it!**
I currently have my input opts set to Emulate 3 button mouse and follow sys kbd layout, but key equivs are off. Thus cmd + n doesn't create a new xterm for me. However, I had some .Xresources hacks that --more or less-- give me copy paste functionality with the rest of the Mac OS X pasteboard, so that's solved.
One funny problem though, is that I lost the ability to quit the program with Cmd+Q. Well, apparently, I can do this now too if I press cmd+tab and bring up the switcher -- pressing cmd+Q here allows me to quit X11, even gracefully, as it asks if I want to close the active windows, etc.
Not bad ... just thought I'd share. Enjoy.
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