[Xmonad] Re: Switching workspace ...
Donald Bruce Stewart
dons at cse.unsw.edu.au
Mon Sep 3 16:41:37 EDT 2007
> Bruce Stephens wrote:
> >Don't know, then. Unless your pointer can move slightly. I use a
> >Wacom tablet and mouse, and it can move by a few pixels just because
> >of noise.
> >If the pointer is close to the boundary of a window, then sometimes
> >the focus can move unexpectedly, and with the old xmonad behaviour
> >that sometimes gave the effect you report.
> >I guess that might happen with other kinds of pointing device, though
> >I'd have thought it would be unusual.
> My pointer don't move and it is in the middle of a screen.
> I have passed enough time to try that ...
> I'm so sad to continu to use Ion ... so, I will be back a day...
> I want to thank everybody.
> see you soon :)
Hmm. We still have no idea what the problem was though. Can you describe
exactly which version of xmonad you downloaded, and what behaviour
occured, after you logged in and started xmonad?
Was Xinerama detected? What bindings work?
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