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sr #104774: Changes in time response of the retype function

Submitted by:  Dirk Kaplick <dika>
Submitted on:  Thu 27 Oct 2005 08:19:50 AM UTC  
 
Category: NonePriority: 5 - Normal
Severity: 1 - WishStatus: Works For Me
Privacy: PublicAssigned to: Henrik Sandklef <hesa>
Open/Closed: OpenOperating System: GNU/Linux

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Mon 10 Apr 2006 09:36:46 AM UTC, comment #1:

An option will be added for this. Probably,
--retype-delay <msecs>
where msecs are the number of milli seconds you want between all press and releases.

Henrik Sandklef <hesa>
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Thu 27 Oct 2005 08:19:50 AM UTC, original submission:

Hi Henrik,

i tested the retype of a text-file function on my system. It works very well but too fast for my system.
I like to use this feature to execute commands collected in a textfile. Sadly my system works a little bit slower while executing. The next command from textfile comes too fast.

Here my question:

Is there a chance to manipulate the time response of the retype-feature, so, that the next line after a <RETURN> will be retype after 3s (or given by user)? So there is a chance to execute commands getting from a textfile with a result on the system.

I know, i have very special wishes, but i think, this could be well for xnee and other xnee users ;-)

Thanks for your nice help and best wishes to you.

Dirk

Dirk Kaplick <dika>

 

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