[linux-audio-user] jack things please
markknecht at gmail.com
Tue Dec 5 10:12:53 EST 2006
On 12/5/06, Marc-Olivier Barre <mobarre at gmail.com> wrote:
> > sorry for hiJACKing the thread..
> > I experience some annoying behavior with qjackctl 0.2.21 Qt3.3.7 + gnome
> > + metacity (debian/sid). anyone else too?
> > I've "enabled system try icon" and "keep child windows always on top"
> > in qjackctl settings.
> > 1) if qjackctl starts up before the notification area in the panel
> > it ends up on the first desktop...
> > -> tweak startup order in gnome session properties helps,
> > but I "always save my session" and the information is reset
> > when I re-start qjackctl... ok I could live with that.
> It's annoying, but I never found a clean workaround. Though, if you
> look at demudi gnome startup scripts, they have "a sort of" workaround
> (waiting for the panel to be started).
> > 2) qjackctl does not appear in the any window list (any more)
> > I can not "ALT-TAB" switch to qjackctl or its dialog windows!
> > not even select it from the task bar.
> > the qjackctl-Icon does not allow me to "raise" windows either.
> > fi. if I toggle the connections dialog it sometimes appears behind
> > other windows
> > - has someone fixed this with Gconf? qjackctl?
> > -> I devote some fixed workspace for qjackctl-connections, and learned
> > to use jack_connect ;-P
> > I have not seen any good alternative to qjackctl! many many thanks Rui!
> I didn't have the issue with a recent qjackctl.
> Marc-Olivier Barre,
I haven't followed this thread. Not meaning to hi-jack too much but
since you are using QJC on Gnome do you find that if QJC is running on
a second Gnome workspace that when you go to any other workspace the
QJC windows disappear from the workspace switcher?
QJC is the only app I use that does this.
Aqualung does this partially - it's Music Store and Playlist
disappears but Aqualung itself still shows up in the workspace
Anyway, just curious as to whether this is specific to my systems or
a common way it works.
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