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Re: No Windows File Dialogue in Win98SE

From: Juergen Fenn
Subject: Re: No Windows File Dialogue in Win98SE
Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2007 22:31:36 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/22.1 (windows-nt)

Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org> writes:

> FWIW, I've developed a minimal ``sanity check'' type of procedure to
> test that a freshly built Emacs doesn't have any grave bugs in its GUI
> features:
>  . click menu bar, make sure menus open and tooltip help for menu
>    items pops up and down;

Menus open, but there is no tooltip help for any menu item. Tooltips
are only displayed for tool-bar buttons.

>  . move mouse pointer above tool-bar buttons, make sure they sense the
>    mouse and that tooltip help pops up and down;


>  . click File->Open File and File-Open Directory, make sure the file
>    and directory selectors pop up;

Doesn't work, as I already pointed out. Minibuffer is active.

>  . same with tool-bar Open File and Open Directory buttons;

Doesn't work either. Only the minibuffer is active.

>  . move mouse pointer above mode line, make sure it senses the mouse
>    and that tooltip help pops up and down;


>  . click mouse-3 in the text area, make sure context menu pops up and
>    down;

If "mouse-3" is the right mouse button together with the CTRL key: it
works with me. "<C-drag-mouse-3> is undefined" is shown in

>  . click mouse-3 on the mode line where the mode name is displayed,
>    make sure the minor mode menu pops up;

They do pop up in the groups buffer of Gnus.

>  . press S-mouse-1, make sure the font selector pops up;

This was displayed in v21.3 when I pressed CTRL+SHIFT+left mouse
button. It doesn't work here. I get font selection from Options|Set
Font/Fontset .

>  . click Help->Read the Emacs manual, and make sure that mouse
>    highlight on menu items and cross-references works

It works.


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