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Re: [E-devel] desklock and triple head issues



On Sat, 25 Feb 2006 11:55:56 +0000 Aleksej Struk <astruk@gmail.com> babbled:

> Hi,
> 
> Thanks for the comments. The problems you listed are really known for
> me, since I'm actually writing this code.  
> 
> However, I only have a single monitor machine. So, I was not able to
> test it with xinerama yet. Now, I'm looking for this. Since the main code
> is written, and only thing I have to do is to place a desklock window
> on all the monitors. 

yes. walk the manager list, the containers in each manager, then the zone in each container and place it there :)

> Please be patient. However, if you can suggest to me how can I visually
> have e+xinerama on a single monitor machine, you'll really help. ;)

xnest @ 1600x600 on :1

then

enlightenment \
-display :1 \
-fake-xinerama-screen 800x600+0+0 \
-fake-xinerama-screen 800x600+800+0

:)

> sn
>  
> 
> // A few days ago I fixed this issue in the CVS version by adding a '*3' to
> the // width calculation of the desklock window in e_desklock.c, but in todays
> // CVS snapshot the calculation gets done in some other manner and so I
> // changed all occurences of "zone->w" to "zone->w * 3".
> // 
> // But that is not a real solution. Is there a way to get the number of
> xinerama // heads that also works for fake-xinerama?
> // Or is there a function to make the desklock window fit to fullscreen?
> // 
> // I looked at the entrance source and found out, that there is a function
> // called
> // "ecore_evas_fullscreen_set" to set the fullscreen flag for this
> application, // but using that function does (of course) not work for
> desklock. // 
> // And another strange thing occured.
> // When the mouse pointer is on the first display while hitting CTRL-ALT-l,
> // everything works fine.
> // When it is on the second display, only the third display gets the
> // desklock background, display 1 and 2 don't change.
> // And so on.
> // 
> // best regards and many thanks for your great work,
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