I need to know on Linux when a user press a key or use a button of his
mouse even when my app is not in focus. I only successed in writing a program that listen to an event when the window is in focus using xSelectInput.
The problem is that I can have these events only if I make a client
window which have the focus on it [I use these maks
I still don't know if this would run in X or not - I'm not familiar with the game.But looking into this, I see many options for using a joystick is to have the joystick generate keyboard events that are then interpreted by the game. Then your question would be irrelevant as you don't need to emulate a joystick with the keyboard as the joystick itself is emulating a keyboard.I
I'm currently on the preliminary phase of a project that a potential client request me, he wants a mobile app on Android for educational purposes, he wants to catch all words typed with the OS soft keyboard on all applications, i'm not sure if this is possible and i have been searching about any documentation of it.
Searching on the Android official developers docs, I found this note: "Note: When
Could someone provide a flowchar or something to show the flow of data in a windows or linux system when it comes to mouse/keyboard events?
I can write programs using APIs to capture input events/etc but I don't really understand how that information is stored or how much abstraction is between the actual input events and accessing an api.
I am using Qt 4.8.3 on a small ARM embedded Linux device with a touchscreen. I have my touchscreen configured with tslib and calibrated it so there is a pointercal file in /etc/. The locations of my touch events work just fine but no matter what I get a QEvent for Mouse Move before Mouse Press or Mouse Release Events.