Constant Konqueror icon
1i5t5.duncan at cox.net
Thu Aug 25 07:25:50 BST 2011
Duncan posted on Wed, 24 Aug 2011 17:39:42 +0000 as excerpted:
>> I just tried the Present Windows function that I think you refer to
>> when you mention Expose, I like it but cannot figure out how to disable
>> the upper-left corner hotspot. My clock is there and I do take the
>> mouse pointer over there to access my calendar. It is not in the
>> Desktop Effects settings, not in the Keyboard settings, not in
>> Shortcuts and Gestures settings... where else should I look?
> Note to self, followup on this after work. =:^)
OK, the followup. Once I point it out, you'll very likely be saying to
yourself "Of course! *NOW* it's obvious!" =:^)
FWIW I know this works as I've disabled the hotspot here. I have two
monitors and a trackball set to 13/5 accel to cover it in a single stroke
if I want to, and thus rely on the edges and corners to stop me, so they
can't be triggering things or I get frustrated! So I use the hotkey
trigger only, no edge or corner triggers at all (save for a very small
auto-hide panel at the bottom left, containing just two menu icon
plasmoids, kickoff, and classic set to bookmarks-only).
OK, to configure hotspots, both edges and corners, kde settings,
workspace appearance and behavior, workspace behavior, screen edges.
Click on a corner or edge button in the screen representation, and set
your choice, top left button, no action, in this case. =:^)
I /told/ you you'd be saying "Screen edges! Of course! *NOW* it's
FWIW2, pretty much all my kwin-related hotkeys are winkey-something
combos. In this case, it's win-g, for desktop grid. WAY easier to
remember win-g for desktop/window grid, than whatever the default is, for
sure! So it's easy enough to activate, but unlike the hotcorner, /this/
trigger only activates when I want it to, not accidentally, when I'm
trying to fiddle with something in the systray, which I have configured
to an always-visible panel in the top-left corner.
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