Thomas Themel | 3 Mar 09:50 2010

System Tray

Hi,

is mod_dock supposed to implement the freedesktop system tray spec? I'm asking
because recent versions of both knetworkmanager and nm-applet fail to show up
in the dock for me, which is slightly annoying. Does this work for anyone, are
there workarounds? In ancient days, I could attach missing dock windows by
name, but apparently in this case they don't show up.

ciao,
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Thomas Themel | 3 Mar 16:02 2010

Re: System Tray

Hi,
Excerpts from Ivan Vilata i Balaguer's message of Wed Mar 03 15:56:02 +0100 2010:
> If mod_dock doesn't work for you, you can always use Trayion:
> http://code.google.com/p/trayion/

Thanks, that does indeed give me network manager icons in my ion dock.

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Brian Duggan | 6 Mar 15:04 2010

Re: System Tray

On Wednesday, March  3, Thomas Themel wrote: 
> [...] recent versions of both knetworkmanager and nm-applet fail to show up
> in the dock for me, which is slightly annoying. Does this work for anyone, are
> there workarounds?

Not sure, but an alternative combo would be wicd-client + trayion.  I
find that they work well together.

Brian

M. Rawash | 19 Mar 13:33 2010
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disabling mouse focus

hi, is there a simple way to disable 'mousefocus' on certain clients
(a on-screen keyboard, for example)?

Tuomo Valkonen | 22 Mar 14:12 2010
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Re: disabling mouse focus

On 2010-03-19 14:33 +0200, M. Rawash wrote:
> hi, is there a simple way to disable 'mousefocus' on certain clients
> (a on-screen keyboard, for example)?

There's the 'passive' winprop. There should be examples in the
list archives, maybe even something in the scripts repository.

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M. Rawash | 23 Mar 00:36 2010
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Re: disabling mouse focus

On 22/03/2010, Tuomo Valkonen <tuomov@...> wrote:
> On 2010-03-19 14:33 +0200, M. Rawash wrote:
>> hi, is there a simple way to disable 'mousefocus' on certain clients
>> (a on-screen keyboard, for example)?
>
> There's the 'passive' winprop. There should be examples in the
> list archives, maybe even something in the scripts repository.
>
> --
> Tuomo
>

thanks, i thought there must be a more obvious way, but this is what i did:

defwinprop{
  class = "Something",
  float = true,
  userpos = true,
  switchto = false,
  no_focus = true,
}

nmfcwins = {}

function no_mfocus(cwin,t)
  local winprop = ioncore.getwinprop(cwin)
  if winprop and winprop.no_focus then
    nmfcwins[cwin:xid()] = cwin:xid()
    ioncore.set{mousefocus="disabled"}
  end
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Albert Shih | 30 Mar 22:13 2010
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Grab the keyboard

Hi all.

How can I tell ION to NOT grab the keyboard ?

I've ask that because I try to use some «complexe» software (in fact
blender), and he have use lot of F1 --> F12 keyboard shortcuts. I don't
known how to change that (and I'm don't want to).

So I would like to known if it's easy to make ION don't do anything when I
launch blender all ION is disable ? 

Regards.

NB: Tuomov : where is your web page about ION ?
http://www.modeemi.cs.tut.fi/~tuomov/ion/ give me a error.
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M. Rawash | 31 Mar 01:25 2010
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Re: Grab the keyboard

On , Albert Shih <Albert.Shih@...> wrote:
> Hi all.
>
>
>
> How can I tell ION to NOT grab the keyboard ?
>
>
>
> I've ask that because I try to use some «complexe» software (in fact
>
> blender), and he have use lot of F1 --> F12 keyboard shortcuts. I don't
>
> known how to change that (and I'm don't want to).
>
>
>
> So I would like to known if it's easy to make ION don't do anything when I
>
> launch blender all ION is disable ?
>
>
>
> Regards.
>

It's possible to use 'WClientWin.quote_next(cwin)' to send the next
keypress to the client window, but to get exactly what you're
describing here, you'd have to use a ion hook of some kind to switch
(or turn off) key bindings, RTFM/lookup some examples for details.
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Ole Jørgen Brønner | 31 Mar 11:07 2010
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Re: Grab the keyboard

Not sure what's up with the homepage. I've uploaded the manual here
http://folk.ntnu.no/bronner/temp/ionconf/ (I don't have the

As for the bindings, the quickest solution is probably to use the switch_bindings (attached here) script
to temporally disable all ion bindings. A better, but more time consuming, solution would be to use a hook
to disable/enable only the keybindings that conflicts, as M Rawash suggests.

On Tue, 30 Mar 2010 22:13:32 +0200, Albert Shih <Albert.Shih@...> wrote:

> Hi all.
>
> How can I tell ION to NOT grab the keyboard ?
>
> I've ask that because I try to use some «complexe» software (in fact
> blender), and he have use lot of F1 --> F12 keyboard shortcuts. I don't
> known how to change that (and I'm don't want to).
>
> So I would like to known if it's easy to make ION don't do anything when I
> launch blender all ION is disable ?
>
> Regards.
>
> NB: Tuomov : where is your web page about ION ?
> http://www.modeemi.cs.tut.fi/~tuomov/ion/ give me a error.
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