I'm using Gnome. In vim, I want to map a key to switch to Firefox. I know that I should use bash commands (a command in form of !...). Is it possible to switch to an application using its PID?
on 08/10/2012 – Made popular on 08/10/2012
Is they a command to change what window is in focus? For example if I have firefox open, and I want to switch to Nautilus, I can type in a command in the terminal to switch to it. However, if the Program isn't open, the command will open the last focused instance of it. The Idea eventually is to have Super+number Style control like in windows 7+.
I have a elitebook 8570w and use it to for both graphically heavy applications as well as normal stuff.
I would like to be able to switch between the dedicated and the intergrated GPU.
I know about bumblebee however it requires me to activate each application with the decicated GPU.
As I'm often doing one of two and it's annoying to have to enter this command each time I run one of my programs.
Hello (again), I'm following the howto on configuring scim to enable Chinese input, and the last thing I have to do is im-switch -z en_US.UTF-8 -s scim, but I get bash: im-switch: command not found. Any solution?Edit: Sorry I'm such a noob, just had to install it *facepalm*
I've searched everywhere and can't seem to get what I'm looking for. I have AutoKey installed and a few scripts and phrases defined. What i would like to do is have a script only execute if the active window is firefox. eventually I would like one that will switch to firefox and then execute other commands.
If anyone can point me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it.