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Skippy

  

KDE Improvement

Score 56%
Skippy
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  2403
Submitted:  May 19 2004

Description:

PLEASE NOTE: This is not my work at all!! I just found it on the net!
It's an exposè-linke program which happens to work also with KDE, so I thought it might be interesting for the community...
I would be very thankful to anyone who couls provide a Suse 9 RPM of it... ;)




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 BadWindow ERROR

 
 by phretor on: Jun 10 2004
 
Score 50%

On Debian (after a successful compiling + deb-izing process) I launch skippy (under KDE3.2.2, binded with F12) and when I press the key I got this error:
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X Error of failed request: BadWindow (invalid Window parameter)
Major opcode of failed request: 12 (X_ConfigureWindow)
Resource id in failed request: 0x1401b69
Serial number of failed request: 410
Current serial number in output stream: 937
[1]+ Killed skippy
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any idea?
PS. Mine is Debian 3.0 testing


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 another Error

 
 by epist on: Jun 11 2004
 
Score 50%

After successful compiling i run skippy and get the following:

skippy: error while loading shared libraries: libImlib2.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Anyone?


-JEG
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 Re: another Error

 
 by phretor on: Jun 12 2004
 
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which distro?
have you run 'ldconfig' after installed imlib2 (not dev) package?

if you are on debian you simply apt-get install libimlib2, 'ldconfig' and you're done!

bye


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 new error

 
 by epist on: Jun 17 2004
 
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this appears in KDE but not in gnome


X Error of failed request: BadAccess (attempt to access private resource denied)
Major opcode of failed request: 33 (X_GrabKey)
Serial number of failed request: 90
Current serial number in output stream: 90


running
fed.1

anyone?


-JEG
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 Re: new error

 
 by epic9x on: Aug 14 2004
 
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This error is caused by skippy not being able to grab the default F11 key, you can change this behaviour by changing this line in your .skippyrc to read:
keysym = Scroll_Lock rather than keysym = F11 (this is the work-around listed on skippy's homepage). If for some reason you don't have a .skippyrc in your home directory, you can grab the default one from the .tar.gz which is called skippyrc-default (IIRC).


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 SuSE RPMs

 
 by tightcode on: Jun 23 2004
 
Score 50%

Well the SuSE rpms for this are available here:
http://guru.unixtech.be/rpm/packages/Utilities/skippy/

But unfortunately I get the same error as phretor under SuSE 9.1 with scroll_lock as bind key, suggested on Skippy's homepage for KDE users.

Any ideas anyone ?

TightCode


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 Re: SuSE RPMs

 
 by gryphonlord2001 on: Aug 12 2004
 
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apparently that's a conflicting key binding with KDE... find something unbound (KP_Enter is what I use) and use that. of course, this doesnt seem to solve my main problem with Skippy - it shows me the same window over and over, and doesnt actually switch windows when i click on a different one


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 Re: Re: SuSE RPMs

 
 by Paradoxdruid on: Sep 5 2004
 
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I'm suffering the same problem- Skippy correctly displays all the windows, but clicking on various windows simply sets the desktop back with the same window focus as before.

Running Debian testing, 2.6.7 kernel, KDE 3.2.


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 Another solution

 
 by tightcode on: Aug 12 2004
 
Score 50%

Yes you are right. I eventually solved that problem but forgot what it was caused by and forgot to post back. I am having the same problem as you with it showing the same window over and over again and it happens in both SuSE and Gentoo. There is another program called komposé which is designed to do the same things and it does the thumbnails accurately but it isn't as fast as skippy (yet) so isn't useable as a taskbar replacement (yet).
The developper seems very responsive and talented so I expect soon for komposé to answer all of our needs !

Cheers,

TightCode


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