[Illume/Debian] How to customize Illume?
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2008/12/17 The Rasterman Carsten Haitzler <raster at rasterman.com>
> On Tue, 16 Dec 2008 17:28:03 +0100 joakim at verona.se babbled:
> > I want to customize Illume like this:
> > - the AUX button will pull down the top-shelf. The top shelf will show
> > itself over full-screen applications such as Evince.
> i'd need to add code that so there is a bindable action. making it over
> fullscreen windows means the top bar actually needs to move and change
> while apps are in fullscreen. though.. what you want is really below...
> > - The top-shelf will have a screen-lock button, similar in function to
> > the current behaviour of AUX.
> hmm i think you want another feature. i added this recently - syscon. its
> "system control" module that presents a middle-of-the-screen popup with
> you can do" one of them is actually a screen lock - others are "suspend",
> home", "power off", "close app" (by default - this is configurable, but no
> to do it at the moment).
> so this can be bound to a key by default (a button) and it is - the power
> button. so fullscreen apps even while up can be closed with pressing power,
> then the close button, or you can "go home" to launch other apps - and when
> back home - you have the top-bar. so this should cover everything... except
> thing i've missed: no "give me a qwerty keyboard button". i'll add that so
> fullscreen apps can have a "qwerty" button to show/hide the vkbd forcibly.
SHR includes this. But when you press power button it shows the
"middle-of-the-screen popup" and suspends. When you resume it again the
"middle-of-the-screen popup" is still there. Is there any way to get the neo
doesn't suspend and only shows the "middle-of-the-screen popup"?
> all you need - is for X to produce keystrokes for aux and power buttons. :)
> > How can this be achieved?
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