So... it basically makes LXDE more like KDE?
Seriously, this looks like a nice feature. Thanks for the info!
It's looking like, from what I can see, that a keysym = line is missing from my ~/.config/skippy-xd.rc after install and copying of the default per the instruction in Synaptic. Yonnie, you might want to look at that... there are instructions in Synaptic that should be followed to set up the application, and there may be some info missing in the default file?
I'll have to log out and back in to test this fully, so I'll jot back in a minute...
Um... yeah. I don't seem to be able to get this to work other than from, say, a desktop shortcut? Is there a difference between how other distros might configure the hotkey and how it's done for PCLinuxOS? Do we, for instance, need to assign a keybinding in another utility somewhere? (Maybe xbindkeys?)
UPDATE: It looks like xbindkeys is certainly one way
of solving this. I added the following stanza in my ~/.xbindkeysrc file:
control+shift + v
The two spaces before the second line are probably important... Look in your .xbindkeysrc for pointers on where to find a list of keysyms that it recognizes and how to specify them.
Now, if I want to see skippy-xd in action, I issue the key sequence Ctrl-Shift v. It works.
Only one thing now: it only shows windows on one desktop. Three forward, two backward, I suppose. Hope this helps you out, Yonnie.