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2) nedit fails to start:
X Error of failed request: BadMatch (invalid parameter attributes)
Major opcode of failed request: 70 (X_PolyFillRectangle)
Serial number of failed request: 321
Current serial number in output stream: 331
3) Whenever I go to another console and flip back to my primary X session, whatever is in the cut/paste buffer gets pasted without me middle clicking.
Example: If I leave an xterm open at a prompt and highlight someword from the 'fortune' and go to my 1st console (CTRL-ALT-F1), then go back to my X console (ALT-F5), that word will get pasted into the prompt.
If I have processes running with a dialog to (C)ancel it, sometimes my jobs will get cancelled on me if I happen to have anything in the buffer with the letter C in it. I have to try to remember to leave an xterm up to take the incoming garbage from screen switching, or select a 'space' somewhere (even that can hurt) a dialog box.
This also wreaks havoc when I play WoW. I play WoW on another X session (started by an icon on my main KDE desktop) so I can flip back and forth with ease, but when I flip back I get 3 or more WoW sessions loaded as it seems to reclick the icon on my primary desktop. For the last 2 weeks I nulled out the program name in the icon and use an xterm to start WoW and watch the paste errors when I flip back and forth.
Actually there is a newer version of xmms released late last year that works great with slackware. You can get a build script for it from slackbuilds.org. I like xmms a lot, it supports all the file types I use including shorten which audacious and amarok don't support.