ben at aid.xdns.eu
Fri Oct 17 22:39:37 CEST 2008
thx a lot for this nice app, I think I will leave my idesk conf for it.
Is there a way to :
- use right-hand entry for making a menu switcher
- making defaults sizes when auxlaunch starts (fullscreen-like ?)
- use aux botton for hide/unhide auxlaunch
and how to get your top level icones (gsm info/battery level/etc)
Le Wed, 15 Oct 2008 20:06:30 -0400,
"Al Iasid" <aliasid at gmail.com> a écrit :
> I created a wiki page with screenshot . I also enhanced Auxlaunch.
> It now also acts as a rudimentary, finger-friendly task (window)
> switcher. This is an optional feature. Comments welcome,
>  http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Auxlaunch
> On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 10:19 AM, Davide Scaini <dscaini at gmail.com>
> > yes a wiki is quite necessary...
> > d
> > On Tue, Oct 14, 2008 at 7:56 PM, Michael Shiloh
> > <michael at openmoko.org>wrote:
> >> This is beautiful. Thanks!
> >> It is very simple, very flexible, and easy to configure.
> >> On top of that, it makes a great example program.
> >> If you have time to write up a wiki page that would be great.
> >> Otherwise, I'll add it to my list.
> >> Michael
> >> Al Iasid wrote:
> >> > Hi,
> >> >
> >> > 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
> >> > <http://aliasid.googlepages.com/auxlaunch> if you're interested.
> >> >
> >> > 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.
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