There is a simple fix for netscape that you can put (e.g.) in your
~Meta ~Alt <Key>osfDelete: delete-previous-character() \n
The netscape.ad file recommends against this type of thing, but it works
Another couple of translations that help with some other motif
*XmText.translations : #override \n<Key>osfDelete:delete-previous-character()\n
*XmTextField.translations : #override \n<Key>osfDelete:delete-previous-character()\n
Don't you wish there were a solution for it all? There isn't though,
because some systems (e.g. VMS) interpret backspace to mean go to the
beginning of the line. So if you universally change to backspace you will
Ian Hutchinson, Plasma Fusion Center, MIT.
> I have the same problem with Netscape 3.01 on Slackware 96 Kernel 2.0.13.
> Still haven't figured this one out yet.
> > Has anyone had similar problems with Netscape not being able to backspace
> > under RedHat 3.0.3 (Running Netscape 3.01).