The sel_config file specifies how a system that is configured with Trusted Extensions behaves when a user transfers data between windows that have different labels. Transfer operations include cut-and-paste, copy-and-paste, and drag-and-drop. There are two types of entries in this file: automatic confirmation and automatic reply.
This type of entry specifies whether a confirmation window, the selection confirmer, displays. Each entry has the form:
relationship identifies the result of comparing the selected data's source and destination windows' labels. There are three allowed values:
confirmation specifies whether to perform automatic confirmation. Allowed values are:
A single user operation can involve several flows of information between the source and destination windows. The automatic reply set of entries provides a means to reduce the number of confirmations that are required of the user.
There must be one entry of this form:
If value is y (for yes), then the remaining entries of the set are used as attributes for the selection data (rather than the actual contents) to complete the operation without confirmation. If value is n (for no), then the remaining entries are ignored.
Defaults can be specified for any type field that appears in the Confirmer window. Below are some sample entries for defaults.
replytype: TARGETS replytype: Pixel Sets replytype: LENGTH replytype: Type Of Monitor
The TARGETS entry, when used, returns the list of target atoms that are supported by the source window. The Pixel Sets and Type Of Monitor entries are used for animation during a drag-and-drop operation. The LENGTH entry specifies the number of bytes in the selection.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
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The functionality described on this manual page is available only if the system is configured with Trusted Extensions.