i wondered if it would be possible to move windows by just klicking on them with the middle mousebutton and slide them around.
of course i also want the paste-option of mouse3, so i´m not sure if it´s possible
how would you do this?
where to do i have to add this? i use fvwm-crystal, so i added it to /usr/share/fvwm-crystal/fvwm/user-preferences/Bindings, but it doesn´t work.
what does “TSF” mean? is there a place where i can learn about this?
It’s a big document, isn’t it? The command I gave you bound the button to the frame, the sides, and the titlebar – the decoration of the window, if you will. Not the main (and actual) window per se.
If you wanted a setup such that for a known window, clicking button to on it, pasted the contents, but holding it (for instance) moved it, then you could try this:
Mouse (rxvt) 2 W A myFunc
+ H Move
(You’d need 2.5.X to do this in). What this does, is binds button 2 for all windows named ‘rxvt’ to call ‘myFunc’ when clicked in the window. If the button is held down, the Move operation is performed. If it isn’t, then no action is taken.
The only slight side-effect of the above is that to still have the pasting action from button2, you have to click the button hold it for a brief moment and gently move the mouse and release the button.
Is literal syntax that you’re using, or just some notation to explain
concepts to me. Either way it’s inaccurate. Note also that you
originally said the “middle” mouse button. Do you have a scroll wheel?
Only I would check that you really mean button 3 and not button 2, as the