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[Jun. 3rd, 2002|11:55 am]
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[evan]
If you want to track what's going on in the LogJam CVS tree, you can now look at logjam_cvs.

This isn't automated from CVS commits so I intend to keep it more or less readable. I can't promise I won't make a lot of posts, though... if you look at the ChangeLog for a Real Project you'll see they track even the tiniest changes.

This is especially for gaal, who is trying to keep up, but it may also be nice if you're into this sort of thing.
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[User Picture]From: wolfieboy
2002-06-05 10:27 am (UTC)
Is there an easy way to change the key bindings in logjam or at least get them back to how they were in logjam 3.0?
If not, is there a place in the code to change so that they will be easy to change?
I just can't deal with using it if the only way to move the cursor around is with the arrow keys.
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From: evan
2002-06-05 11:24 am (UTC)

It's a known issue with GTK2.

http://neugierig.org/content/gtk2
is a page I made about making GTK2 more usable, including how to get the Emacs-style keybindings back.

I'll add that page to the README.
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[User Picture]From: wolfieboy
2002-06-05 12:01 pm (UTC)

Cool! Thanks.

Now, I need to find the time to look up how to play with fonts more. logjam 3.1 is my only gtk2 app so far...

So, are you still Seattle-local? I forget that LJ is hosted at the downtown InterNAP...
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From: evan
2002-06-05 12:30 pm (UTC)
Yeah, I'm in Seattle.. I've helped carry servers into there. :)
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