On Tue, 5 Dec 2006 18:11:15 +0100 Andreas Volz <lists@...> babb=
> Am Tue, 5 Dec 2006 07:57:36 +0900 schrieb Carsten Haitzler (The
> > On Mon, 4 Dec 2006 21:42:28 +0100 Andreas Volz <lists@...>
> > babbled:
> > > Am Mon, 4 Dec 2006 07:00:35 +0900 schrieb Carsten Haitzler (The
> > > Rasterman):
> > >=20
> > > > you are using the enlightenment_remote commands? have you thought
> > > > that maybe those keys (XF86Back for example) don't WORK on your
> > > > keyboard layout setup and that's why? have you tried using the
> > > > gui to set them up? when you use the gui it will CAPTURE the
> > > > actual key pressed and thus get it right. e will let u bind keys
> > > > even if they have no symbols in the keymap as it will just bind
> > > > the raw keycode then. as long as the key produces a key press
> > > > event the binding will work and e will execute something (ie what
> > > > you told it to).
> > >=20
> > > Sure, I tested it also with the GUI. And also with other "standard"
> > > keys not special for a multimedia keyboard. No other results.
> > not sure then. e will execute the app. if it is an app (from
> > a .desktop file) it will snarf the stdout/in, track return code etc.
> > so it fully reports errors etc. if it's not (just a cmd-line) it will
> > simply spawn it off and forget about it. replace xte with something
> > like "date > $HOME/test-run-time" and check that file. you will find
> Result: Di Dez 5 18:07:25 CET 2006
> > it is being run. the rest is either that xte is not in $PATH (thus
> > provide a full path to it) or xte itself after being executed aborts
> > before it does anything.
> If I run xte with this command from E it works:
> xte 'mousemove 100 100' 'mousedown 1' 'mousemove 200 200' 'mouseup 1'
> The cursor is moved as it should. So I assume xte is found in the path.
> But the key-command does only work in E if I call it with xterm:
> xterm -e xte 'sleep 0.5' 'keydown Control_L' 'key v' 'keyup Control_L'=20
> The xte command isn't given to the xterm, it's e.g. given to the before
> selected OpenOffice window and insert the clipboards data. (OK)
no idea - but this seems to me to be an xte issue - so i would chase this=
that side. it's possible xte is demanding some form of tty and as it does=
get that from e it's very unhappy. it will never get it either.
> Any idea why it works inside a xterm, but not direct? It's a little
> interfering to see a xterm opening each time.
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