more multihead focus issues
fourdan at xfce.org
Thu Jan 15 19:33:24 CET 2004
Yeah, this script is broken. It doesn't guarantee the display is set
correctly (as you start apps in background)
Something along these lines should be better:
(DISPLAY=:0.0; xfce-mcs-manager) &
(DISPLAY=:0.0; xfwm4 --daemon) &
(DISPLAY=:0.0; xfdesktop) &
(DISPLAY=:0.0; xbindkeys) &
(DISPLAY=:0.0; xfce4-panel) &
(DISPLAY=:0.1; xfce-mcs-manager) &
(DISPLAY=:0.1; xfwm4 --daemon) &
(DISPLAY=:0.1; xfce4-panel) &
(DISPLAY=:0.1; xbindkeys) &
(DISPLAY=:0.1; exec xfdesktop)
On Thu, 2004-01-15 at 19:14, dan radom wrote:
> * Olivier Fourdan (fourdan at xfce.org) wrote:
> > Dan,
> > Can you clarify? The root menu has nothing to do with focus.
> > As for the app showing on the wrong screen, it's because you DISPLAY var
> > isn't set correctly.
> > Cheers,
> > Olivier.
> Here's what I'm talking about. My .xinitrc is as follows...
> DISPLAY=:0.0; xfce-mcs-manager &
> DISPLAY=:0.0; xfwm4 --daemon &
> DISPLAY=:0.0; xfdesktop &
> DISPLAY=:0.0; xbindkeys &
> DISPLAY=:0.0; xfce4-panel &
> DISPLAY=:0.1; xfce-mcs-manager &
> DISPLAY=:0.1; xfwm4 --daemon &
> DISPLAY=:0.1; xfce4-panel &
> DISPLAY=:0.1; xbindkeys &
> DISPLAY=:0.1; exec xfdesktop
> When focus is currently on :0.0 and i move the mouse to :0.1, focus does
> not follow. When I move the mouse to :0.1 and accss the root menu focus
> does not follow. When I move the mouse to :0.1 and hover above the panel
> focus then follows to :0.1.
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