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From: Liam Proven
Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2017 12:40:01 +0100

On 26 November 2017 at 11:50, Matt Rice <address@hidden> wrote:
> Cool project, was curious if you had/were planning on implementing the
> right click behavior where
> instead of bringing up the windowmaker vertical menu, right click on
> the root window brings up the
> main menu of the currently active application.  Given the
> workspace/shelf the windowmaker menu
> seems a bit superfluous

Please bottom-post on mailing lists.

I have done a little experimenting with this on people, both with RISC
OS -- https://www.riscosopen.org/content/ -- which always and only
works this way, and with the ROX desktop --

I find it _really_ confuses people who come from more mainstream
desktops with permanently-visible menus: both the Windows and Mac

Whereas I like it, I think GNUstep should stick to the NeXT model for
now. It is part of what makes it distinctive.

However, a more conventional & widely-available menu-accelerator key
would be a good thing. Either the PC-style Alt for menus, Ctrl for
actions (e.g. Alt-F for File, Ctrl-O for open) or a Mac-style Super
key (Super-O = open, Super-X = cut, etc.)

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