Mark H. Wilkinson <mhw+wily@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I'd have the same suspicion. I was talking offline with Oz about wily > being included with things like Debian, but I can imagine most users > being scared off by it when they first see it. http://people.debian.org/~apenwarr//popcon/results.editors.html makes sobering reading, doesn't it? 8 voters installed it, probably since it was reintroduced into testing some weeks ago, but haven't used it. I guess I should install popularity-contest. > Worse still is having a laptop with a two-button trackpad. Perhaps we > should bite the bullet and support ^X, ^C and ^V :-( On the laptop I was using, I hacked the X settings to support F1 F2 F3 as alternative buttons for the Shift-NumLock mode, which is mostly OK, but autorepeat bites you. Chording is more of a concern than simple cut-and-paste. If we start supporting control codes, ^A and ^E aren't far away, are they?