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?
In XFce4, when I launch applications, I don't want them to appear above the windows I am currently using, or to show alert windows above my current work. Rather, I'd like the windows to load in the background and to not steal focus. The exception would be an alert window or dialog belonging to the application I'm using, e.g.
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.