Bug in Beryl port?

Olivier Smedts olivier at gid0.org
Wed May 23 10:16:05 UTC 2007


----- "Pierre-Luc Drouin" <pldrouin at pldrouin.net> wrote:
> Hi,
> It looks like that Beryl does not save focus and keybinding settings
> properly or at least does not load them correctly. If I uncheck "Click
> To Focus" and "Auto-Raise", this works for a while, but it stops
> working
> after beryl-manager is reloaded of the X sessions is restarted. If I
> look at the settings, the two checkboxes are unchecked. I have to
> check
> the boxes and them uncheck them again to get back the right focus
> behaviour.

It works for me without problems. What do you have in your ~/.beryl/settings ?
For the focus settings, I've got :


> Now the keybinding. I am mapping the "Windows" key of my keyboard to
> Super_L using the xmodmap command "keycode 115 = Super_L" that is
> loaded
> by my .xinitc script before the window manager. I have tested this
> mapping many times with xev and with keybinding in Xfce and it works
> fine. If I try to use this key for keybinding in Beryl, this works the
> first time, but again it stops working when I reload beryl-manager or
> when I restart X. To get it working again, I have to set the
> keybindings
> to something else and than set it back to what I want.
> I use the exact same focus and keybinding settings on my Linux
> partition
> and I did not experienced these problems...
> Thanks!
> Pierre-Luc Drouin
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