Not worthy of a thread of it’s own, I’m hoping some UNIX savvy doper can clue me in about this.
At work all of the WAN monitoring applications are run via GUI interfaces on a UNIX platform. They look like Windows, and the workstation is Windows (NT4.X) all right, complete with File, Edit, Map, Telnet, etc. right up near the title bar. But here’s the puzzle: Using the ALT+F key combination does not bring down the file menu for some reason. I have tried CTRL+F, CTRL+ALT+F, CTRL+SHIFT+F, and a number of other key combinations in the hopes of stumbling on the magic combination that works for UNIX applications. Clicking on them with my mouse brings them down, but the shortcut keys don’t work.