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<p>...that when a program evaluates the right mouse button you can still
get the right mouse button pop-up menu while pressing the Shift key?
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<p>...that when a program evaluates the right mouse button you can still
get the right mouse button pop-up menu while pressing the Shift key?
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Hunter on 2006-04-05
273.
<p>...that when a program evaluates the left mouse button you can still select
text while pressing the Shift key?
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<p>...that when a program evaluates the left mouse button you can still select
text while pressing the Shift key?
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Hunter on 2006-04-05
274.
<p>...that you can let Konsole set the current directory as the window title?
For Bash, put 'export PS1=$PS1"\[\e]0;\H:\w\a\]"' in your ~/.bashrc .
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<p>...that you can let Konsole set the current directory as the window title?
For Bash, put 'export PS1=$PS1"\[\e]0;\H:\w\a\]"' in your ~/.bashrc .
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Hunter on 2006-04-05
275.
<p>...that you can let Konsole set the current directory as the session name?
For Bash, put 'export PS1=$PS1"\[\e]30;\H:\w\a\]"' in your ~/.bashrc .
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<p>...that you can let Konsole set the current directory as the session name?
For Bash, put 'export PS1=$PS1"\[\e]30;\H:\w\a\]"' in your ~/.bashrc .
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Hunter on 2006-04-05
276.
<p>...that if you let your shell pass the current directory to Konsole within the prompt
variable, e.g. for Bash with 'export PS1=$PS1"\[\e]31;\w\a\]"' in your ~/.bashrc, then
Konsole can bookmark it, and session management will remember your current working directory
on non-Linux systems too?
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<p>...that if you let your shell pass the current directory to Konsole within the prompt
variable, e.g. for Bash with 'export PS1=$PS1"\[\e]31;\w\a\]"' in your ~/.bashrc, then
Konsole can bookmark it, and session management will remember your current working directory
on non-Linux systems too?
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Hunter on 2006-04-05
277.
<p>...that double-clicking will select a whole word?
<p>When you don't release the mouse button after the second click you
can extend your selection by additional words when moving the mouse.
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<p>...that double-clicking will select a whole word?
<p>When you don't release the mouse button after the second click you
can extend your selection by additional words when moving the mouse.
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Hunter on 2006-04-05
278.
<p>...that triple-clicking will select a whole line?
<p>When you don't release the mouse button after the third click you
can extend your selection by additional lines when moving the mouse.
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<p>...that triple-clicking will select a whole line?
<p>When you don't release the mouse button after the third click you
can extend your selection by additional lines when moving the mouse.
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Hunter on 2006-04-05
279.
<p>...that if you drag &amp; drop a URL into a Konsole window you are presented with a
menu giving the option to copy or move the specified file into the current working directory,
as well as just pasting the URL as text.
<p>This works with any type of URL which KDE supports.
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<p>...that if you drag &amp; drop a URL into a Konsole window you are presented with a
menu giving the option to copy or move the specified file into the current working directory,
as well as just pasting the URL as text.
<p>This works with any type of URL which KDE supports.
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Hunter on 2006-04-05
280.
<p>...that the "Settings->Configure Shortcuts..." dialog allows you to define keyboard shortcuts for actions
not shown in the menu, like activating menu, changing font and for listing and switching sessions?
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<p>...that the "Settings->Configure Shortcuts..." dialogue allows you to define keyboard shortcuts for actions
not shown in the menu, like activating menu, changing font and for listing and switching sessions?
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Hunter on 2006-04-05
281.
<p>...that right-clicking over the "New" button in the left corner of the tabbar or in an empty tabbar space displays a menu where you can set several tab options?
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<p>...that right-clicking over the "New" button in the left corner of the tabbar or in an empty tabbar space displays a menu where you can set several tab options?
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Hunter on 2006-04-05
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Contributors to this translation: Andi Chandler, Jeff Bailes, Malcolm Hunter.