I run compiz with xfce4, I found newly started with hotkeys (configured through xfce4-settings-manager) wasn't getting focus unless you click on them.
Was it a bug or configurable?
on 11/05/2012 – Made popular on 11/05/2012
I found that if xfce4-power-manager would not work if it is started with /usr/bin/xfce4-power-manager, the process is there but no power icon would be shown, the Power Manager in Settings would not work either. However if I start xfce4-power-manager with --no-daemon option, everything would come back to normal. Is there anyone else facing the same problem?
Well you're not installing xfce4 but only the xfce4-mixer and xfce4-settings (in order to use xfce4-settings-editor). Follow the steps precisely in order from this post. drlove601 wrote:Okay so the first thing to do is to install xfce4-mixer and xfce4-settings (in order to use xfce4-settings-editor).
Hey all,Recently I've had this little launcher-like icon beside my power manager icon in xfce4. I can't seem to get rid of it...and when you right-click on it, it's the exact same thing as the xfce4-power-manager icon. If I try to click the "quit" option, it closes itself and the xfce4-power-manager. It's like a double-icon for xfce4-power-manager th
Hi,I'm using Xfce4 with Compiz.I setup a keyboard shortcut in Xfce to start the terminal easily and it works fine. The only problem is, whenever I start the terminal via shortcut it does not get focused, it's the top window, but the window below still has the focus.
I have installed xfce4-power-manager when I was setting up my minimal Ubuntu install and I configured everything at that time. Since then (couple of weeks ago) I never launched it again. When I just closed my laptop and opened it again, I noticed it didn't went into hibernation - which I had setup in xfce4-power-manager.
done and tested working fine, where to send now? (i didn't attach here as it is against the rules)also i want you to know that i am working on some xfce applications and plugins such asxfmedia, xfburn, xfce4-power-manager, xfce4-task-manager, xfce4-m...
Guys,I installed Xfce a while ago but decided I'm an Openbox person, no offence ;)I thought I had removed Xfce4 from my system so I was amazed when I saw it listed in the sessions list at login, using GDM. I started a Xfce session and sure enough it appears to work OK.The problem now is that I can't get rid of it, I've tried:sudo apt-get remove xfce4 xfce4-goodiesbut it states