what is the command (event) to push a window to the background?

what is the command (event) to push a window to the background?

Post by ira ekha » Thu, 21 Dec 1995 04:00:00



Hi,
currently to push a window (in  X) to the background I do a
Ctrl-rightbutton

I'd like to set this command to a hot key in my .fvwmrc,
can someone tell me what the command is called?

thanks,

Ira Ekhaus
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what is the command (event) to push a window to the background?

Post by William Juli » Tue, 26 Dec 1995 04:00:00




Quote:

>Hi,
>currently to push a window (in  X) to the background I do a
>Ctrl-rightbutton

>I'd like to set this command to a hot key in my .fvwmrc,
>can someone tell me what the command is called?

>thanks,

I think the ctrl is irrelavant. At least my fvwmrc is configured to
look for just a simple rightclick. eg:
# Now define some handy complex functions

# This one moves and then raises the window if you drag the mouse,
# only raises the window if you click,  or does a RaiseLower if you double
# click
Function "Move-or-Raise"
        Move            "Motion"
        Raise           "Motion"
        Raise           "Click"
        RaiseLower      "DoubleClick"
EndFunction

# This one moves and then lowers the window if you drag the mouse,
# only lowers the window if you click,  or does a RaiseLower if you double
# click
Function "Move-or-Lower"
        Move            "Motion"
        Lower           "Motion"
        Lower           "Click"
        RaiseLower      "DoubleClick"
EndFunction

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