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web-angel
hi !

I have configured the silkscreen area with the input setup tool and it work fine undur matchbox.
But no effect when I running xfce4 ...
So what's wrong ? blink.gif
pgas
silk screen buttons are keys
from /etc/X11/kb/corgi.xmodmap:
QUOTE
! pdaXrom silkscreen
keycode 118 = XF86Launch0
keycode 119 = XF86Launch1
keycode 120 = XF86Launch2
keycode 121 = XF86Launch3
keycode 122 = XF86Launch4


the input helper modify the shorcuts for openbox, you have to define these shorcuts in xfce
web-angel
Duuuhhh ... When you go to Setting => Window manager you can define your own shortcut and the silkscreen is like keyboard input ... Thank's for your explication !
Bundabrg
Does anyone know how to make the silkscreen 'keys' less sensitive (IE, take affect when you click them instead of drag from the main screen onto them) or require double clicks etc...?

Otherwise I keep them safely disabled ;-)
- Bundabrg
web-angel
QUOTE(Bundabrg @ Dec 12 2005, 12:52 AM)
Does anyone know how to make the silkscreen 'keys' less sensitive (IE, take affect when you click them instead of drag from the main screen onto them) or require double clicks etc...?

Otherwise I keep them safely disabled ;-)
- Bundabrg
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mmhhh ... tactical screen doesn't recognize stylus pression .... maybe adding a delay to the silkscrenn aera ...
I don't know if it's possible to read stylus input into a bash script (I think "why not, sometimes console show me the position of the stylus pointer") ... S omaking a small script sort like :

/bin/aterm_silk +X

timer(500ms)
if stylus stilling pressed then
aterm
endif

Yes It's an infamous homemade solution but when it's possible ....
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