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Month: January 2018

Re: [Users] the linux phone gadget thing

From: Leslie Turriff <jlturriff@...>
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2018 01:46:33 -0600
On 2018-01-09 10:09:12 dep wrote:
> said E. Liddell:
> | On Mon, 8 Jan 2018 20:04:36 -0500
> | dep <dep@...> wrote:
> |
> | There are auto-hiding options in the panel configuration.  Then you'd
> | just need to create a hotkey binding to send the pointer to a specific
> | screen location to show it again.
> Right. Alt-F1 will raise Kicker and Kmenu, which is fine. But navigating
> Kicker with the keyboard isn't anyplace I can find, and I'm sure I've seen
> in TDE configuration *someplace* the option to use the keyboard in lieu of
> mouse.
	That would be

Peripherals -> Mouse, Tab = Mouse Navigation

but it just allows use of the numeric keypad as a set of cursor keys, so 
they'd have to be mapped to some sort of gestures.  Maybe that could be done 

Regional & Accessibility -> Input Actions, Tab = Gestures Settings

or (heh) Tab = Voices Settings?  (I"m using KDE3, not Trinity; don't remember 
if Trinity has that.)

> It's not been something I've ever needed before, but now it 
> actually is useful and now I can't find it! (Nor, truth be told, do I have
> the faintest idea how it works.)