wrap workspace feature oddities
djc at cisco.com
Fri Oct 22 16:24:37 CEST 2004
Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
> On 10/22/04 00:28, Olivier Fourdan wrote:
>>On Thu, 2004-10-21 at 23:54 +0200, Nikolas Arend wrote:
>>>PS: What do you say to the panels abnormal unhiding behaviour?
>>There are 1 pix wide invisible input only windows on each side of the
>>screen when "wrap workspace" is enabled (to detect when the mouse
>>pointer reaches an edge of the screen), and these prevent the panel from
>>receiving the enter/leave events. I'm afraid that's unavoidable.
> what about putting the input-only windows a single layer below the panel?
> IIRC, if you have the panel always-on-top, it's layer 10. could the
> input-only windows be layer 9 without any other bad effects?
Feel free to completely ignore me here, since I really don't know
anything about the X server, but what about using the same mechanism
that Xeyes uses to track the mouse? It seems to me that Xeyes tracks
the mouse movements while still allowing apps and WMs full access to
the mouse. Perhaps this would help with the panel issue at least, if
not the workspace wrap issue.
Just a suggestion...
Don Christensen Senior Software Development Engineer
djc at cisco.com Cisco Systems, Santa Cruz, CA
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