On 04/22/2011 01:07 PM, Daniel J Walsh wrote:
> > If most of your windows are sandboxed applications, your bar looks like:
> > [Sandbox sandbo..] [Sandbox sandbo..] [Sandbox sandbo..]
> > and it is hard to find a specific application.
> > example of a current Xephyr title:
> > Sandbox sandbox_web_t:s0:c112,c991 -- /usr/bin/firefox
> > with the modification in the attached patch titles will look like:
> > /usr/bin/firefox (sandbox_web_t)
> > and it should be easier to find a specific application.
> > In addition to the type I would find it handy to also include the
> > DISPLAY in the title (needed when using xsel for copy'n paste).
Thanks, I like this a lot.
Thanks for accepting these little patches.
The attached patch changes the window title a little more to display the
program name instead of the full path to the executable.
/usr/bin/evince '/tmp/foobar.pdf' (sandbox_x_t)
after applying the patch titles look like the following:
I do know if there is a way to change the
label from within Xephyr, since we don not know the DISPLAY at the time
we are setting the label.
I played a bit with 'xprop'. I was able to modify the title from outside
the sandbox but not from within. I think it is not possible to change it
from within the sandbox because the title is a property from the main X
(running at :0 ).