[compiz] Compiz Key binding and application key bindings
Bipin George Mathew
bipingm at gmail.com
Tue Mar 10 19:08:23 PDT 2009
adding the group.
On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 7:07 PM, Bipin George Mathew <bipingm at gmail.com>wrote:
> My concern is that user use may not know why his application shortcut key
> is NOT working. Let's say that the xterm window is maximized already and the
> use presses Ctrl and +. There will be no font change and he has no visual
> cue as to who swallowed the key event.
> Given that, can this propagation/no propagation be made configurable by
> On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 6:56 PM, Guillaume Seguin <guillaume at segu.in>wrote:
>> Le mardi 10 mar 2009 à 14:49:39 (-0700), Bipin George Mathew a écrit :
>> > Hi,
>> > Suppose I have a compiz key-binding (let's say Ctrl and +) that
>> performs a
>> > particular action (let's say maximization) and the current active
>> > application (say xterm) also does something with the same key-binding
>> > in xterm) - compiz handles the event and does not pass it on to the
>> > application. Is this desired behavior? Is the behavior configurable?
>> > Shouldn't compiz handle it and also pass it on to the application to do
>> > custom action?
>> This is the desired behavior (and is common to other wms). Taking this
>> very same
>> example, would you be pleased if your xterm became maximized and changed
>> to a
>> bigger font at once ? (I suppose you would, since you are asking, but most
>> wouldn't and would only want to use the action they configured in the
>> layer - Compiz)
>> > -Bipin
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