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I've seen the future of OSX and it's not pretty, having just installed Mountain Lion, i'm less than happy with OSX, So I've installed Sabayon 8 64bit Gnome on My Macbook Pro (5.5)
I've got system booting, Wireless working and i'm almost there, I just have niggles and i'm hoping someone can assist me..
1) The Touchpad - When i left click on a Window to move the Window i get a menu come up *which i'd expect if i right clicked). Is there a way to assign button actions? Basically i can't move Windows unless i use Alt F7.. Same thing happens when i try and move the scroll bar down on any Window.
If anyone has installed Sabayon on their Mac, can they point me in the right direction for getting the touchpad so it's usable..
- Baby Hen
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- Joined: Sat Feb 18, 2012 19:11
Hi and welcome to Sabayon,
at first you could use alt + left-click somewhere on the window to move it around (just a handy little trick
To change the setting permanently there should be a option in the gconf-editor. I'm not using using Gnome-Shell so these are all guesses. Open gconf-editor expand the folder apps and search for mutter. There should be an option like action_left_click_titlebar. There may be a chance that the option is at apps->metacity.
Sorry to be so vague.
- Growing Hen
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