Oliver Graf <ograf(a)rhein-zeitung.de> writes:
tor(a)spacetec.no (Tor Arntsen) writes:
> On Mar 30, 17:13, Andy Piper wrote:
> >Just some more datapoints. 95% of mice on ms-windows systems I have used in
> >the last 3-4 years do not have mouse 2. So my overriding concern is that it
> >is just too damn inconvenient to hit two mouse buttons simultanously for
> >common operations. Consistency does not concern me, I want XEmacs to be
> >useable and intuitive, certainly in ms-windows environments that means
> >mouse-1 for view type activities. We do it already for glyphs and other
> If XEmacs is going to get "optimised" for 2-button mice then IMO things
> going way too far. That about kills it for me.
I think we having a multiplatform editor. Remember the mail Steven
forwarded? Perhaps we will soon have a Mac platform to serve. What about
One-Button mice? I think this is standart for those machines...
We should do what the netscape people did... there is a maximum length you
can move the mouse before a click turns into a 'select-drag' type of
operation instead of following the hyperlink.