Vladimir Chizhov | 1 Feb 13:37 2006
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window list

Is it possible to implement the following feature: to exclude some
windows (by the appropriate defwinprop call) from being shown in the
windowlist menu?

(I'm using few dockapps and there names in winlist are really
annoying. And also it will be convenient to exclude my IM windows and
dict, which are in named scratchpads).

Canaan Hadley-Voth | 1 Feb 14:01 2006
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RE: window list

>Is it possible to implement the following feature: to exclude some
>windows (by the appropriate defwinprop call) from being shown in the
>windowlist menu?
>
>(I'm using few dockapps and there names in winlist are really
>annoying. And also it will be convenient to exclude my IM windows and
>dict, which are in named scratchpads).

You might want to give wcirculate.lua a try.  I've already fixed it to 
ignore dockapps, since it's not normally useful to give them focus and the 
titles are often blank anyway.  You could add more exceptions easily enough. 
  And the menu it creates doesn't necessarily have to be called as a 
grabmenu.

Vladimir Chizhov | 1 Feb 17:22 2006
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Re: window list

2006/2/1, Canaan Hadley-Voth <ugggg@...>:
> >Is it possible to implement the following feature: to exclude some
> >windows (by the appropriate defwinprop call) from being shown in the
> >windowlist menu?
> >
> >(I'm using few dockapps and there names in winlist are really
> >annoying. And also it will be convenient to exclude my IM windows and
> >dict, which are in named scratchpads).
>
> You might want to give wcirculate.lua a try.  I've already fixed it to
> ignore dockapps, since it's not normally useful to give them focus and the
> titles are often blank anyway.  You could add more exceptions easily enough.
>   And the menu it creates doesn't necessarily have to be called as a
> grabmenu.
>

Yeah, it's very useful ;)
I'll spend some time and try to add a winprop usage to ignore. If
succeed, I'll post here a patch.

Vladimir Chizhov | 1 Feb 18:22 2006
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Re: window list

2006/2/1, Vladimir Chizhov <jagoterr@...>:
> Yeah, it's very useful ;)
> I'll spend some time and try to add a winprop usage to ignore. If
> succeed, I'll post here a patch.

patch is ready :)
(in attachment)

To disable windows from being shown in wcirculate menu, use the
following winprop (it's type is boolean):

defwinprop {
    class = 'Gaim',
    winlist_ignore = true,
}

Good luck!
Attachment (wcirculate.patch): application/octet-stream, 717 bytes
Norbert Tretkowski | 2 Feb 11:53 2006
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madduck@...: Bug#351018: click on activity indicator takes me to the window]

forwarded 351018 ion-general@...
thanks

Hi,

wishlist bugreport from the Debian BTS.

Norbert
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From: martin f krafft <madduck@...>
Subject: Bug#351018: click on activity indicator takes me to the window
Date: 2006-02-02 10:33:30 GMT
Package: ion3
Version: 20060107-4
Severity: wishlist

I love the feature that ion3 displays a little notification in the
top left corner when a window needs my attention. I wish I could
click on that notification (or hit a special key-combo) to be taken
to that window immediately.

Thanks for your consideration.

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Seth Arnold | 2 Feb 20:16 2006
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Bug#351018: [madduck <at> debian.org: Bug#351018: click on activity indicator takes me to the window]

On Thu, Feb 02, 2006 at 11:53:31AM +0100, Norbert Tretkowski wrote:
> I love the feature that ion3 displays a little notification in the
> top left corner when a window needs my attention. I wish I could
> click on that notification (or hit a special key-combo) to be taken
> to that window immediately.

Martin, you may find the "nextact.lua" script:
http://www.modeemi.cs.tut.fi/~tuomov/repos/ion-scripts-3/scripts/nextact.lua
to be of assistance. It doesn't involve clicking. :)
Niclas Olofsson | 4 Feb 15:03 2006
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Wajt detached to stay with IonWS

[sent this to the wrong list]

Howdy,

Good to be back again. Not used ION for the past 2 years (been doing 
different things). Now i have a fresh installation of ION3 up and 
running. Noticed the magical detach functionality which is exactly what 
I always missed with ION before.

I have a small problem. My transient popup's travel between workspaces. 
Is it supposed to do that, or am I missing something in the 
configuration of it?

BTW, for the record: I managed to compile ION3 successfully on Cygwin. 
No problem. Works like a charm. However, the use for it was limited 
because of missing X applications to actually run in cygwin. I now 
switched to Linux RH.

Cheers,
/Niclas

Matthieu Moy | 4 Feb 15:35 2006
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Re: Wajt detached to stay with IonWS

Niclas Olofsson <niclas.olofsson@...> writes:

> I have a small problem. My transient popup's travel between
> workspaces. Is it supposed to do that, or am I missing something in
> the configuration of it?

Not that this was the expected behavior, but it would be incredibly
more complicated to do otherwise ...

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Matthieu

Niclas Olofsson | 4 Feb 15:36 2006
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Re: Wajt detached to stay with IonWS

Matthieu Moy wrote:
> Not that this was the expected behavior, but it would be incredibly
> more complicated to do otherwise ...

Hmm.. Ok. Not exactly what I wanted then. Actually this wasn't to hard 
to do with ION2. I just did some c-hacking to get it working like this. 
Sort of a kludge if I remember it correctly. Since I do programming 
gui-style with a lot of transients all the time, this is quite important 
for me. I really don't like the way ION works with dialogs in the 
standard outfit. I remember that my hack didn't bring up a window-styled 
dialog like detached do, but that's just about the only difference (part 
from that it acted exactly like transients do all the time in ION).

Cheers,
/Niclas

Tuomo Valkonen | 4 Feb 19:52 2006
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Re: ion3 20060107 suffering from Alzheimer?

On 2006-01-31, Ulrich Pfeifer <ion@...> wrote:
> Everything can be cleaned up manually and restarting a session before
> or after cleaning up does not change something.

What do you mean? Does wrong layout persist over restarts or not?

> Has anybody seen this behavior?  I have started using gaim again, so
> there may be a connection - or *I* may be suffering from Alzheimer.

Unless some script is messing up something, or there's some strange
memory corruption going on, I'd bet on the latter...

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Tuomo


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