> > Hi,
> > Is there a way to make some kind of keystroke shortcut for
> > the menu that is accessed by left clicking on the box in the
> > upper left hand corner of all gnome/sawfish x-windows.
> > I toggle sticky a fair amount and would like expedite the operation.
> One can left click the box, then hit t-s.
> What I'm looking for is, for instance, a way to program the f1 key to do
You can define a Sawfish shortcut (binding) for "Toggle window sticky" to a
key of your choice.
Gnome Control Center > Sawfish window manager > Shortcuts > Add
(On Debian you need package sawfish-gnome to be able to do this.)
Or you can run the Sawfish configurator sawfish-ui directly.
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