autopanning -- The action of moving the pointer off the edge of the screen to move to the part of the workspace that lies in that direction. This behavior is controlled by the Autopan on and Autopan off options on the Panner/Icon Navigation submenu of the Root menu.
client title -- The title on a window. Need not be the same as the string shown by the icon label.
explicit focus -- The behavior of the window manager when you can make a window active by clicking on it with mouse button 1.
focus policy -- Describes how a window is made active; that is, how it is enabled to receive input from the keyboard. The focus policy may be set to ``explicit'' or ``pointer''.
Panner and icon box geometry definitions are text strings
with this format:
grid -- Lines on the map in the panner dividing it into work areas that you can use to arrange your windows.
icon box -- Window used for arranging the icons corresponding to the applications you have running.
instance name -- The title of a window. This may have been changed to be different from the generic class name that windows of its type usually have.
keyboard focus policy -- See focus policy.
map -- A representation of your workspace displayed in the panner.
nail -- To cause a window to remain in the same place on the screen when you change the area of the workspace that you are viewing. A nailed window appears to travel around with you as you move from place to place within your workspace. You nail or unnail a window by selecting Toggle Nail from a Window menu.
pan -- To change the view area.
panner -- The window that contains the map and the viewfinder. The panner allows you to change the view area and to move windows around your workspace.
panning -- The action of pressing <Alt> in combination with one of the arrow keys or selecting a pan option from the Panner/Icon Navigation submenu of the Root menu to move to the part of the workspace that lies in that direction.
pointer focus -- The behavior of the window manager when you can make a window active by moving the pointer onto it.
Root menu -- A menu on the Root window that you can use to select certain options in SCO Panner.
Root window -- The window that covers the entire workspace. It acts as a background for your windows, icons, and other objects.
scale factor -- The ratio between the size of the map shown by the panner and the actual size of your workspace.
snap to grid -- To force the area of the workspace being viewed to correspond to the nearest work area marked out by the grid.
symbolic window -- A rectangular representation of a window shown on the map to indicate the position of the window in your workspace.
view area -- The portion of your workspace visible on the screen corresponding to the position of the viewfinder on the map.
viewfinder -- The rectangle that you can move across the map in the panner to change the area of your workspace that you see on the screen.
work area -- A screen-sized area of your workspace in which you can arrange windows. The grid on the map in the panner divides your workspace into a number of work areas that you can use for this purpose.
workspace -- The space associated with your screen where you can place windows. In SCO Panner, this space may be larger than can be shown on the screen at any one time.