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(Kai) This "hyper" win-mgr you use: diff from eg CDE?

From: David Combs
Subject: (Kai) This "hyper" win-mgr you use: diff from eg CDE?
Date: Tue, 1 Oct 2002 00:07:41 +0000 (UTC)

Here's something Kai responded in a thread:

> Pardon my ignorance, but which physical key (if any?) on the keyboard
> corresponds to the "super" modifier?

On most keyboards, none.  But under X11 at least, you can change the
kbd layout.  Then, it can be any key you configure.

(I use hyper for my window manager.)


I use Solaris, which comes with CDE, which
seems to do the very little I require of it
(being as I live in a many-days-old emacs
session, the only other thing I do is
kermit into a "shell account", where I
run trn, mutt, lynx, and emacs) -- those
two windows are what I spend most of my
time in.

Anyway, there might be things I *would* do
if the features were there and I knew about

So, why do you use hyper (when so many
others seem to like fvwm (sp?), etc) --
what advantages does it have, what does
it make easier (especially with emacs)?



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