dscaini at gmail.com
Mon Oct 13 16:11:50 CEST 2008
very nice i'll try it!
On Mon, Oct 13, 2008 at 2:20 AM, Al Iasid <aliasid at gmail.com> wrote:
> I wanted a simple, very finger-friendly app launcher for my Freerunner
> running Debian. I also wanted to access it using the "Aux" button. So, I
> mixed code from the PyGTK hello world example with code from
> matchbox-keyboard-toggle and came up with "Auxlaunch". A screenshot and
> download link is at aliasid.googlepages.com/auxlaunch if you're
> At first, it minimizes and waits for the "Aux" button to be pressed. Then,
> it pops up full screen and shows 3 large buttons. You use the up and down
> buttons to change the top button. Press the top button and the selected app
> starts. You can configure the choices by editing the ".auxlaunchrc" text
> file. I added an item for "Suspend" ("apm -s"), too.
> Anyway, thought I'd share. Comments and questions are welcome. My apologies
> if this is the wrong way to announce. Thanks to Openmoko for the Freerunner
> and thanks to the Debian folks for, well, Debian,
> - Aliasid
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