On 06/22/2010 03:00 PM, Tony Pursell wrote:
> On Tue, 2010-06-22 at 15:10 -0400, Tom H wrote:
>> On Tue, Jun 22, 2010 at 1:14 PM, NoOp ... wrote:
>> > You left of the 'menu'.
>> > menu:minimize,maximize,close
>> Good catch. Given that I never use the menu and that 10.04 doesn't
>> have a menu attribute, it's easily forgotten!
> Menu entry isn't included by default. If you add it, it is only a tiny
> little button - easily overlooked. You can always right click the title
> bar, which is set be default to show the menu. But who ever uses the
> menu these days?
Actually it is & raises hand.
However, the menu title bar can be modified from it's default:
This option determines the effects of right-clicking on the title bar.
Current valid options are 'toggle_shade', which will shade/unshade the
window, 'toggle_maximize' which will maximize/unmaximize the window,
'toggle_maximize_horizontally' and 'toggle_maximize_vertically' which
will maximize/unmaximize the window in that direction only, 'minimize'
which will minimize the window, 'shade' which will roll the window up,
'menu' which will display the window menu, 'lower' which will put the
window behind all the others, and 'none' which will not do anything.
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