Re: Configure maximize window by double-clicking title bar?
From: ohaya (ohaya_at_cox.net)
Date: Sun, 04 Jul 2004 17:30:29 -0400
> On Sun, 04 Jul 2004 15:46:54 -0400, ohaya wrote:
> > Can someone tell me if this would be a Gnome-related question, or a
> > Sawfish-related question? Still confused about what does what :(...
> I would try and find something in the Sawfish docs. Gnome now uses
> Nautilus as it's window manager which maximises windows when you double
> click the title bar as default.
> Out of curiosity, why are you still using RH 7.3?
Now I'm even more confused. I think Nautilus installs default with 7.3,
or at least it's on this machine. There're all kinds of Nautilus
Nautilus is what's handling the display of files and file folders, e.g.,
when I double click on the '<user> Home' icon on the desktop, right?
Are you saying that if I double click on the title bar of one of those
windows, that it should maximize? On this machine, it doesn't. Instead
it "rolls it up".
I had to install 7.3 because I'm using this as a test machine for some
software which won't run on newer versions of RH. I tried Fedora Core
2, and had tons of problems, and after spending a week loading compat-*
RPMs, to try to get the FC2 to be compatible with RH 7.3, I decided that
it'd just be easier to install 7.3.