Poll: Should Xorg change from using Ctrl+Alt+Backspace to something harder for users to press by accident?
mostawesomedude at gmail.com
Mon Sep 22 20:26:11 PDT 2008
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Jason Spiro wrote:
> Problem: Many users have killed X by accident.
> Solution idea: Make it harder to kill X by accident. E.g. you could
> change the key sequence users must press.
> * Maybe require Control+Alt+Backspace then Control-Alt-Y.
> * Or require Control+K+X pressed simultaneously.
> What do you think? Should Xorg change this key sequence? Please vote
> "yes" or "no". You can add comments too. If you reply only to me by
> private mail, I will eventually summarize your reply to the list.
Seems like it's a problem with emacs. Sure glad I use vi. :3
Seriously, no. Zap once, learn forever. No different than anything else,
really; ever heard of "press Alt+F4 to make it go faster?"
~ Corbin Simpson
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