Re: Thinking about the tasklist

On Wed, 2004-10-20 at 12:19 -0600, Elijah Newren wrote:
> On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 20:02:30 +0200, Jan Nieuwenhuizen <janneke gnu org> wrote:
> > We were talking about why `people were not writing
> > their own pager/window nav applets'.  If the way to `configure'
> > metacity is to hack it, I guess we found the answer: it cannot be done
> > [currently].
> Well, there is a difference between configuring pager and tasklist
> applets and configuring the window manager, though I do appreciate
> that you're sort of trying to run the line between the two.
>  > and a second app would `killall -USR1 keywise'.  But I deleted it
> > before my first public release of keywise.c, because it's gross, I'm
> > surely not the only one who needs it, and it will only give you a
> > couple of key bindings, where eventually I'd like to have about 10.
> Do you really need 10?  I thought you would only need 1 (to start it),
> and then your app can do a grab (sort of like the current alt-tab
> popup) and catch whatever further keys it needs.  But maybe I'm not
> understanding.  But even if you do need 10, note that there are 12
> run_command keybindings available.

It would probably be quite cool to be able to put in
"dbus:/blah/blah/something blah" into a run_command keybinding that
would make metacity emit a dbus event. Or something. I don't know dbus


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