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#1703 wontfix raising windows in i3wm Antoine Martin Boruch

Version: Xpra gtk2 client version 2.1.3-r17247 64-bit Platform: Debian Stretch / Devuan Ascii Kernel: Linux 4.9.0-3-amd64 [Debian version: 4.9.30-2+deb9u5 (2017-09-19)]

I'm not sure whether you want to deal with the idiosyncrasies of every minor window manager, but ...

When using xpra in an i3wm environment, the "raise windows' menu item of the xpra system tray menu does not raise the xpra client window. However, it does change focus to that window.

The command-line one-liner to perform this for a single xpra "session info" window in i3wm would be

i3-msg -t command '[class="Xpra"] focus floating move scratchpad move workspace current'

A convenient command-line way to get a specific X-window identifier for any window is to use the xprop command and click the 'X' cursor on the target window.

#1704 invalid PLEASE make website https Antoine Martin Boruch

Pretty please adopt https for xpra.org

#1705 wontfix Export session info data Antoine Martin Boruch

From the system tray menu, the menu item "session info" allows for limited export of data. This ticket suggests expanding that functionality.

1] Currently, it seems that only the tab "Graphs" offers this, in the form of saving a graph as a .png file. However, for that particular functionality to be useful, the graph needs more environment information, including a session identifier, date, time, endpoint machine IDs, and interface ID.

1.1] Anyone who wanted to seriously use the graph data would want it available in some text form, eg. csv.

2] More generally, each of the other five tabs don't seem to have a way to copy or export or otherwise save the data that they present. My failed attempts included:

2.1] selecting a region with a mouse

2.2] right clicking on a region and selecting either 'copy' or 'select all' and then C-c.

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