Which global shortcut for command wheel?

Arne Babenhauserheide arne_bab at web.de
Wed Aug 18 20:55:08 BST 2010

On Monday 16 August 2010 17:55:10 Martin Gräßlin wrote:
> I would recommend to not set a default shortcut, but to let the user
> specify  the default shortcut. It looks a little bit like a candidate for
> replacing alt+f1

I want to make the pyrad as directly usable as possible, and telling the user 
to first go to a menu to set the shortcut defeats that. I did that till now ;)

Up to the last version, installing pyRad meant fiddling with gestures for dbus 
calls to show the wheel. The big news of this release is simply: you don’t 
need to do that anymore. Just install it, add it to the startup items, and it 
will work. 

The logical next step would be to check if it already is in the startup items 
and in case it is not, ask the user (once), if it should make itself a startup 
item :)

Well, and fiddling out how to get setting a default gesture work… :)

But still: Many thanks for your feedback!

Best wishes, 
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