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
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 have a question regarding modifying phone OS in such way, that it allows to have only one application and to take photos. All other options such phone settings ( except Wi-Fi turn off/on switch ) should be not possibile to enter, ideally there should be only one application and camera application and wifi switch on the screen.
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.
I'm running bash programmatically from objective c to create a terminal-like application. Once launched I would like to execute some commands prior to turning control over to the user. Normally these would be in the .bash_profile. This file is not accessible to me and not something I would want to mess we anyway as I don't want to effect the standard bash environment for the user.