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I use Fedora Core, and fluxbox. I never encountered this problem before, and it's not a big deal, but it's quite annoying. I put in a new video card, and ...
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    Mousce cursor


    I use Fedora Core, and fluxbox. I never encountered this problem before, and it's not a big deal, but it's quite annoying. I put in a new video card, and ever since then my mouse cursor keeps changing everytime I open different applications. Furthermore, when I'm using eterm, my mouse puts the focus on whatever windows it's hovering over, instead of changing focus when I click the button. Is there any way to fix this?

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    Re: Mousce cursor

    Quote Originally Posted by mjordan2nd
    Furthermore, when I'm using eterm, my mouse puts the focus on whatever windows it's hovering over, instead of changing focus when I click the button. Is there any way to fix this?
    That's called sloppy focus, its under fb-settings -> config -> focus model
    --monkey

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    I checked that. I set it to click to focus, but it's still doint the same thing.

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