[Xquartz-dev] Xquartz-dev Digest, Vol 15, Issue 30

Jeremy Huddleston jeremyhu at apple.com
Sat Jan 31 10:56:19 PST 2009

Can you nuke ~/.xinitrc and ~/Library/Preferences/org.x.* ?

If that still produces a problem, try creating a new user and testing  
it on the new user?  Assuming one of those works, try narrowing down  
the preference that is causing the behavior.

Also, nuke ~/.Xresources and ~/.Xmodmap to be safe if they exist.

On Jan 31, 2009, at 09:14, Christof Wolf wrote:

> On Saturday 31 January 2009, xquartz-dev- 
> request at lists.macosforge.org wrote:
>> Wow... so it has nothing to do with kde then?  Just to be extra
>> careful, if you comment out the Fink init.sh (or just nuke your
>> ~/.xinitrc*), does it still have that behavior?  And with PB proxy
>> disabled in X11->Preferences?
> Jeremy,
> I did nuke my .xinitrc* and disabled PB - same result, I enabled PB no
> difference all the time the same behavior, thus .xinitrc.d* doesn't  
> seem to
> affect it at all.
> ciao
> christof
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