Commit 6a1814ca authored by Russ Fish's avatar Russ Fish
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Document usage of the new rxvt shell icons on the Windows XP desktop.

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......@@ -453,38 +453,53 @@ Here are some fine points and hints for RDP logins to remote Windows desktops:
<li> There are several <b>Desktop icons</b> (i.e. "shortcuts") installed by
default in the XP images: Computer Management, Bash and TCSH shells,
and <i>NtEmacs</i>. </li>
and <i>NtEmacs</i>. You will notice two flavors of Bash and TCSH icons
on the desktop, labeled <code>rxvt</code> and <code>Cygwin</code>.
<li> The Bash and TCSH icons run their respective shells in a </b>Windows
Terminal</b>, just as the Windows cmd.exe does. <p>
<ul>
<b>Quick-edit mode</b> is on by default, so you can cut-and-paste
freely between your local workstation desktop and your remote RDP
desktops. <p>
<li> The <b><code>rxvt</code> shells</b> run in windows with
<b>X</b>-like cut-and-paste mouse clicks:
Remember that the cut-and-paste mouse clicks are different from in
<b>X</b>, where left-click starts a selection, right-click extends it,
and middle-click pastes. (These are the clicks to use when you are
SSH'ed in to a Windows node from an xterm window.) Yes, it can be
confusing. <p>
<ul>
In a Windows Terminal window on your RDP remote desktop, the
quick-edit cut-and-paste mouse clicks are:
<li> <b>Left-click</b> starts a selection, </li>
<ul>
<li> <b>Right-click</b> extends it, and </li>
<li> <b>Left-drag</b> the mouse to <i>mark</i> a rectangle
of text, highlighting it. </li>
<li> <b>Type <i>Enter</i> or <i>right-click</i> the mouse when text
is highlighted</b>, to <i>copy</i> the selected text to the
clipboard. (<b><i>Escape</i></b> <i>cancels</i> the selection
without copying it.) </li>
<li> <b>Right-click the mouse with nothing selected</b> to
<i>paste</i> the contents of the clipboard. </li>
<li> <b>middle-click</b> pastes. </li>
</ul>
These are the ones to use if you're connecting from an X
workstation. </li> <br>
<li> The <b><code>Cygwin</code> shells</b> run in a </b>Windows Terminal</b>
window, just as the Windows cmd.exe does. These are the ones to use
if you're connecting from a Windows workstation. <p>
<b>Quick-edit mode</b> is on by default, so you can cut-and-paste
freely between your local workstation desktop and your remote RDP
desktops. <p>
In a Windows Terminal window on your RDP remote desktop, the
quick-edit cut-and-paste mouse clicks are:
<ul>
<li> <b>Left-drag</b> the mouse to <i>mark</i> a rectangle
of text, highlighting it. </li>
<li> <b>Type <i>Enter</i> or <i>right-click</i> the mouse when text
is highlighted</b>, to <i>copy</i> the selected text to the
clipboard. (<b><i>Escape</i></b> <i>cancels</i> the selection
without copying it.) </li>
<li> <b>Right-click the mouse with nothing selected</b> to
<i>paste</i> the contents of the clipboard. </li>
</ul> <br>
</ul>
</ul> </li> <br>
<li> On the <b>first login by a user</b>, Windows creates the user's <i>Windows
profile directory</i> under <code>C:\Documents and Settings</code>, and creates
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