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Nope - the problem persists. Any further thoughts? -------------- Original message ---------------------- From: Ben Byer <email@hidden> > > On Nov 1, 2007, at 11:21 AM, email@hidden wrote: > > > Hi All, > > > > I feel almost dirty asking about this since all discussions going on > > here are all pertaining to X11/unix issues. Anyway, there's a nifty > > text expansion utility I use on my Mac called TypeIt4Me - it allows > > me to type abbreviations and it expands them into the full text on > > the fly. Quite a time saver. Of course, unix is just brimming with > > cryptic abbreviations and so in TypeIt4Me's preferences I tell it to > > not perform expansions within the X11 application (and Terminal, > > Console etc.). That application avoidance worked fine with Tiger's > > X11, but under Leopard TypeIt4Me is acting upon text entered into > > X11 and the side effects are way worse than just text being expanded > > - windows are vanishing as I type and so forth. > > > > It's possible that when I navigate to and select /Applications/ > > Utilities/X11 within TypeIt4Me's preferences as an application to > > avoid that I'm not really pointing to the "real" X11 being run. Any > > ideas if there's an alternate lower level X11 stored in some other > > sneaky place, or is this a new bug? > > > Yeah, the "real" X11.app is /usr/X11/X11.app. Does pointing it at > that fix the problem? > -- > Ben Byer > CoreOS / BSD Technology Group, XDarwin maintainer > _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. X11-users mailing list (email@hidden) This email sent to email@hidden
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