tor(a)spacetec.no (Tor Arntsen) writes:
On Mar 30, 18:11, Oliver Graf wrote:
>Yup, as I say (I also love my trackman...). If we make it a theme which is
>defaulted to the machine the thing is running on (easy to implement via
>featurep), the users of different platforms will get the most natural feeling
>on their platform, without crippling unix functionality. And even a Windows
>user with a 'correct' mouse can switch theme to 'unix' and will also
Sounds great if it can be done..
Theoretically it could even be brought down to an actual query of the
mouse. With an unix a 'xmodmap -pp' might give us the number of buttons. But
how do we get them on Win & Mac? But the 'global' thing will also work, and
might even set other things to make XEmacs behave more natural to the platform
(selecting text on Windows using shift-cursor).