Moving a window's audio when moving monitors
2015-05-24 03:20:32 GMT
Does anybody know a vmware linux image that has awesomewm included ?
I don't care which linux , I only want awesomewm.
At work I only have a windows machine available with vmware-player.
PS: I don't have internet connection at work either :/
Many thanks in advance
Hi, I have a window containg the xxxterm browser with a clock inside it. With no border, menu, etc. and a dark background, the clock looks like part of the wallpaper rather than a true window. The clock is: http://mbostock.github.io/protovis/ex/clock-full.html I would like to go a little further; can I expect to: * remove the title of the window from the taskbar? * make the window unmovable (my tiling mode is awful.layout.suit.tile ; I can change it of course, but what I like is to have the clock on the left "master window" (?) and have my xterm sharing the empty space on the right on this workspace); * make the window unfocusable; when I change the focus with the keyboard by cycling next/previous; is there a way to "jump" over this window in order to remove it from the cycle? Best regards, -- -- Thomas Baruchel
Hi all, I installed the git version of Awesome on Ubuntu and tried to migrate my configuration file. Whenever I change a tag, no client is focused. This is rather annoying. Then I tried the default configuration and this is not a problem. So I assume that I broke something in the configuration. I have uploaded the [difference between upstream rc.lua and my rc.lua](https://paste.kde.org/pkfwjafol) such that you can easily view it with syntax highlighting. Could you please look at it and tell me whether there is something wrong in it? Regards Martin -- -- http://martin-ueding.de/#pk_campaign=Email This email is formatted with [Markdown](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markdown).
Arch Linux is now using lua 5.3. Basic functions work. I get a dbus notification error popping up: naughty.lua attemps to call a nil value in line 556 local w, h, rowstride, _, _, channels, data = unpack(hints.icon_data) Any idea how to fix this quickly? -Andy ArchLinux
Hello everybody, I'm new comer to Gnu/Linux and Awesome and I come from Madagascar. After having installed Awesome WM, I tried out to create a second statusbar (wibox), a titlebar (for windows) and to place the taglist after tasklist, preferentially in the systray near textclock and layoutbox. But I do never successed. I successed to change wallpaper, to reduce tags number from 9 (by default) to 4, and did some customization tricks. Unfortunately, I always failed to titlebar, a second titlebar and to place taglist in systray. Elsewhere, I would like ask you how to create a dockbar in Awesome ? In fact, I'd like to start-up a MacOSX or Gnome2-like UI. I use Awesome 3.4 for better explanation. Yours faithfully
Hi everyone, I have used KDE 4 and Awesome WM 3.4 for a while on Kubuntu now. Since the upgrade to Plasma 5, the next version of KDE, I have a small problem with notifications. Since I use both KDE and Awesome WM, I am not sure where to ask. I just think that *you* know more about using both of them then the KDE people do. When the network manager changes the active connection, it notifies me saying something like “connection DHCP was activated”. Before the upgrade, this notification went away after a couple seconds. Now it stays there indefinitely and flickers the whole time. If I click on it to remove it, it will just appear right again. Another issue, which might be related is the following: The background image of Plasma (`wm_class` is `plasmashell`) is over the wibox of Awesome WM. I added a small rule snippet which minimizes this. That has worked with KDE 4, though. I think that Awesome WM and Plasma 5 argue about their respective z-index on the screen. This would explain the flickering of the notifications. I just do not get why I cannot remove the notifications by clicking on them and why they do not disappear on their own. My current workaround is to restart Awesome WM once there is a notification stuck, but that is really a solution for the long term. I just tested it with the same `.config/awesome` (although mine is for 3.4 and not 3.5) on the Fedora 22 Beta. The same flickering and z-index problem appears there as well, so this is not distribution specific. Regards, Martin -- http://martin-ueding.de/#pk_campaign=Email This email is formatted with [Markdown](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markdown). -- -- To unsubscribe, send mail to awesome-unsubscribe <at> naquadah.org.
I think these icons might be really better than the default one. Anyone is up to the task of creating a pull request with those? (Hajim designed the awesome logo and I've recently merged its new layout icons)
Hey, continuing with icons, I've just finished the titlebar set, so feel free to use them if you like em. Also attaching the SVG sources for layout and titlebar icons so people can edit them if they want. -- Branko branko <at> brankovukelic.com /dev/blog: brankovukelic.com
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