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From: Juergen Weigert
Subject: Re: (no subject)
Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2005 14:51:47 +0100
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On Jan 12, 05 17:44:48 -0500, cga wrote:
> I have used linux GUIs for about 4 years. A couple of months back I 
> decided enough is enough and that's when I started switching to text 
> mode on the linux console. That's how I started using gnu/screen. Well, 
> it didn't take more than a couple of days before I was totally able to 
> forget I was using it. I hadn't felt so good in front of a computer for 
> a long time. Right now I'm in heaven.

That is praise high enough :-)
Let me assure you, that 'mouse support' in screen will be there as a 
backward compatibility feature. Mainly for those who like the
paradigma 'seen there, clicked there, done something'.

Switching screen windows by clicking titles in the status bars, sounds like
a very reasonable way to navigate. Especially, as we already have multiple
ways to the same without a mouse.


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