[Mono-osx] Mono-osx Digest, Vol 36, Issue 6

Glen Warner gdwarner at mindspring.com
Tue Apr 22 16:13:47 EDT 2008

On Tue, 22 Apr 2008, Geoff Norton <gnorton at novell.com> wrote:

> I'll answer the parts I know about.
> On 22-Apr-08, at 10:37 AM, Glen Warner wrote:
>> Greetings.
>> Okay, so I installed Mono Develop 1.5, which included the C# plugin.
> Not insure what you installed, as there is no MonoDevelop 1.5.

That would be 1.0, of course; not sure why I typed that 5 in there!


>> As I don't have a two button mouse on my MacBook Pro, I did what I
>> normally do in those situations and held down the ctrl (control) key  
>> as I clicked ... but still, no contextual menu came up.
> This is a bug in the Gtk+ runtime on OSX.  You can work around all the  
> right-clicks by using the Menu however (Project->Add Files iirc)

Nope, that's not there.  I can get to it by going to File --> New 
Solution, though.

I have managed to make it through a few more steps of the tutorial 
(trying to reference the Library -- without right-clicking), but this 
non-functioning right-click bug really needs to be fixed.  While the 
setting in the System Preferences mentioned in another message should 
allow me to simulate a right-click by tapping the track pad, I can't get 
that to work either ... and that necessitates hunting around in MD to 
find the appropriate menu.

Hmmm ... can't find anything to let me do the "Edit References" step ... :o(

Yup, gotta fix that right-click stuff.

So.  Where do I submit bug reports?

> -g


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