this is a strange one. According to the GWorkspace guide,
ctrl+doubleclick on a folder (in that "folder -> folder -> file" view)
is supposed to open that folder in a new window, which it doesn't.
Alt-dragging to copy a file also doesn't work, whereas ctrl-dragging
to link one does. In Gorm, pressing alt (or alt-shift) and dragging
the handle of an object is supposed to create a matrix of them.
However, it looks like the alt-key is silently ignored and the object
is just resized as usual. What does work is ctrl-dragging an object to
the instantiated-objects-panel to set connections. So, uh, am I doing
something wrong or is this a bug?
On a sidenote: AppKit/NSResponder.h tells me that
'deleteWordBackward:' is implemented, but the source and a beeping
keybinding say otherwise. What gives?
FreeBSD 6.0, Xorg 6.9.0, gnustep-1.11.2_1,
the libart backend, doesn't work with back-xlib either),
gnustep-base-1.11.2_1, gnustep-gui-0.10.2_2, gnustep-make-1.11.2_1,
WindowMaker 0.92 (tested it with twm, same symptoms)
NSGlobalDomain GSFirstCommandKey Alt_L
NSGlobalDomain GSSecondCommandKey Alt_R
NSGlobalDomain GSFirstControlKey Control_L
NSGlobalDomain GSSecondControlKey Control_R
NSGlobalDomain GSFirstAlternateKey Meta_L
NSGlobalDomain GSSecondAlternateKey Meta_R
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