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Re: Double-click on Linux-Elf problem solved

From: Ted Llewellyn <llewell@interport.net>
Date: Fri, 21 Nov 1997 10:00:06 -0500 (EST)
To: Irene VATTON <Irene.Vatton@imag.fr>
cc: www-amaya@w3.org
Message-ID: <Pine.GSO.3.96.971121095103.22154A-100000@interport.net>
  This system is a new install and I'd done nothing to olwm except add a
few items to the menu.  When I started amaya I couldn't even get the link
to the docs to work.  Then I connected to my own web site and couldn't get
any of the links there to work.  I don't know if it means anything to you,
but I had problems with arena also.  In arena I couldn't give it a URL.  I
eventually noticed that when I typed in the location window the keystrokes
were showing up in an xterm window.  I noticed no other problems with olwm
with any other program, including netscape navigator version 4.  All
these problems cleared up when I switched back to fvwm.  All
configurations were as installed by the Slackware setup program (this was
Slackware 3.3; 3.4 ships with xfree86 3.3.1 and I don't think anything
changes very much).


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On Fri, 21 Nov 1997, Irene VATTON wrote:

> In-reply-to: Your message of Thu, 20 Nov 1997 21:10:22 -0500."
>              <Pine.GSO.3.96.971120210302.20227A-100000@interport.net> 
> >   I reported earlier today that I could not navigate with the 1.1c version
> > by double-clicking on links.  The culprit seems to be olwm.  Under fvwm it
> > works just fine.  I have not tested the other window managers.
> >   Just for the record, my system is Slakware, kernel 2.0.30, xfree86 3.3,
> > IBM 8640-OPO (the big PC Server 300), 60-MHz 586, 48 MB.
> Hi ted,
> Thanks for information. Did you attach specific function to the double-click 
> with
> your olwm manager ? We run olwm on local stations here and we've never met 
> this 
> kind of trouble.
>   Irene.
Received on Friday, 21 November 1997 10:00:34 UTC

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