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[Lcdproc] Using 0.5 Menus with CFontz633


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  • From: zandr AT digitalfountain.com (Aleksandr Milewski)
  • Subject: [Lcdproc] Using 0.5 Menus with CFontz633
  • Date: Wed Sep 25 04:23:01 2002

----- Original Message -----
From: "Joris Robijn"
<robijn AT natlab.research.philips.com>
To: "Aleksandr Milewski"
<zandr AT digitalfountain.com>
Cc:
<lcdproc AT lists.omnipotent.net>

> Priorities are heavily under construction on my harddrive :) It
> does not work, you're right, and in my opinion the priorities
> never did really useful things. I'm modifying it to have work
> with priority classes, that should be {hidden, background,
> normal, foreground, alert, input} (in order of increasing
> priority). An app sets this for itself when it starts and when
> it changes it's working mode. So when your MP3 player is active
> it is foreground, when it is idle it goes to background (it has
> no info to show). See earlier mails on this idea.

This new priority scheme will be great, but in the mean time, it seems like
I should be able to specify a Priority in a command line switch to the
lcdproc client, and just have it pass that through to LCDd when it sets up
its screens.

-Z





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