we never told users before. we should. this would sovle some issues
i've seen of people saying that closing the lid doesn't work with e
and they didn't install acpid (even though packages often recommend it).
this improves usability.
no "are u sure u want to power off" but power button will bring up
syscon whihc is far nicer (select what to do) for power button now
(double press power to power off of course) and lid close now uses the
smart suspend that accounts for lid state etc. as well.
Summary: Original patch from ApBBB (Apostolos B.) slightly modified by
me to fix the commit message
Test Plan: Compile> run E on wayland > log out >look at the command line.
Reviewed By: devilhorns
Tags: #enlightenment-git, #wayland
Differential Revision: https://phab.enlightenment.org/D9069
be both explicit in killing it off on shutdown as well as using die
with parent flags as well. this seems ot have fixed or reduced the
"system cant shut down some job still alive in some session" problem.
various errors we have are not actual errors but mostly information or
debug or status messages, so don't use ERR or just don't do the thing
that triggers it as it's useless. This leads to a less
noisy/error-like start output. cleaner for a release for sure.
so when e was e.g. shutting down the system it'd sometimes - or all
the time, restart and not shut down. this fixes that. e was being sent
a HUP signal while doing this causing e to go "ooh HUP - i shall
restart" which si what daemons without a controlling tty do with
signals commonly. this isn't what we want from e though in this case,
so delay itby a bit and ignore if we're in the process of logging
this really only affects wayland mode.
we'd have corrupted env vars with the alloca code we had to store the
env var, so always malloc it at all times. as we won't (likely) be
calling env_set() multiple times for the same environment we won't be
leaking, and at worst - not very much at all.
so a parent transient shows 2 dialogs... both are transient for the
parent. the newsewst one gets stacked below the older one. this leads
to really bad things like a new "are you sure" or "have an error"
modal dialog is not visible and things seemingly freeze in the
client... so stack them in order they are created instead. also handle
transients WITH transients of their own correctly this way too.
This finally got unified. Fix for the CPU gadget within
sysinfo. One API for MP and SP machines.
Reviewers: raster, cedric, stephenmhouston, devilhorns
Differential Revision: https://phab.enlightenment.org/D9023
The code used to position client application popup menus did not
account for other anchor positions and gravity values thus causing
menus to popup outside the client application. This patch fixes the
issue by accounting for the missing cases.
This commit allow the user to control each volumes channels in emixer.
A lock flag is introduced to manage volume as before.
Reviewers: zmike!, devilhorns, raster
Differential Revision: https://phab.enlightenment.org/D7639
This patch introduce an alternative to suspend on blank.
Hibernate on blank.
Reviewers: zmike!, devilhorns
Maniphest Tasks: T1886
Differential Revision: https://phab.enlightenment.org/D7602
so often enough i find e_alert is hung and you have to kill it to get
e back. this ends upo exiting and logging you out. this is not good.
the defaul should be to restart not to dump you out and lose
everything. so switch these around to be more user-friendly.
on the cards is to redo e_alert to be simpler (use full efl stack) and
thus hopefulyl be reliable in wl mode etc.
when u select something from the favorites on the left it should
always affect the content of the current window, not open a new one -
this would happen if u switch mode to open new windows from the default.
this fixes that.
Summary: On wayland there is no need for a Lost Windows option in the menu. So remove that.
Test Plan: Compile and run on wayland.
Reviewers: raster, bu5hm4n, devilhorns
Subscribers: cedric, zmike
Differential Revision: https://phab.enlightenment.org/D8804