Re: hiding the wharf

Sasha Vasko/OSCA/Courts/Judicial(sashav@sprintmail.com)
Tue, 17 Apr 2001 08:21:19 -0500


> i'm trying to set up a keyboard shortcut to show/hide the wharf (and 
pager)
> 
> now, i've edited my feel file to add the shortcut, but having looked in
> the manpages i can't find out how to associate the command with a
> specific window.
> the shortcut works fine, after a fashion; it shades the currently
> focused window, and successfully hides the wharf (and/or pager), but
> only if i mouseover it first, which is not the effect i'm looking for.
> 
> so this is my question; how can i specify the target for a window
> manager operation, rather than have it operate on the current window?
> or is it not possible?

unfortunately it is not possible right now. such a feature is planned for 
next release, which is still some time from now.


> 
> please please please, etc.  ;-)
> 
> 
> --
> ru
> 
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> "what, you're gonna prove me wrong? come on!"
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> on these shards of hot glass."
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