Is it possible to bind 'Close' to middle mouse button, so it will close the program when clicked on it on a taskbar? Instead of clicking with right mouse button and selecting 'Close'...
I have a PopupWindow with a Close-Button, and I only want to close the PopupWindow when this Close-Button is clicked. In addition, I don't want to underlying Activity-View to be affected by any touches.
This has been asked before: Android Popup Window dismisses when clicked outside.
Please tell does any desktop-environment support this feature in any way:
Suppose I've 2 application windows open and there are 2 tabs corresponding to those applications on the taskbar. Normally whichever window I want to bring in front, I've to click on its corresponding tab on the taskbar.
I understand that with right-click on taskbar -> Properties -> Taskbar buttons: "Always combine, hide labels" I get an option "Close all windows" with right-click on a combined task. However with Taskbar buttons: "Never combine" I only get options for that specific window. Additional modifier keys don't work.
How can I close multiple windows which are not combined in taskbar?
Ubuntu gets into a weird state with me where it can click in the task bar/title bar, but not inside the window(s) created by the program. Eg, if I open up a browser (chromium, firefox both behave this way as well as other programs), I cannot click on any of the tabs or on anything on the rendered page. I can click on the taskbar and close the program out entirely.
I have a Logitech Performance MX mouse and i'm running Xfce+Compiz+Firefox all i want is for the zoom button to emulate a middle mouse button.
I've searched all over for a solution nothing works not xbindkeys not xte not xdotool...
Like in windows i want that button to open new links in tabs and offer page scrolling in Firefox.
The button code is 13 i.e.