…get assigned a name of their own to a default value. Fixes: 625781
We want switching between the windows of an application to be an easily accessible operation. The convenient and memorable keybinding is the key above the tab key - but the keysym for that key isn't consistent across different keyboard layouts. Add code that figures out the key from the XKB geometry and a magic keysym name "Above_Tab" that refers to this key and switch the default binding for cycle_group to <Alt>Above_Tab. https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=635569
Simplify the keymap loading logic by unifying the different branches; in the reorganization this patch fixes a bug where when we got a MappingKeyboard event we wouldn't update virtual modifiers correctly. Based on a patch by Thomas Thurman <email@example.com> https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=565540
* Select for XKB keyboard notification events explicitly; since GTK+ has selected for XKB events, delivery of old-school MappingNotify events is disabled. * Fix a bug where once a keycode was loaded for a key binding, it would never be reassigned; we want to laod new keycodes for all bindings that have a key symbol rather than a fixed keycode. [ With fixes from Owen W. Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> ] https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=565540
… de Freitas <email@example.com>.
This means that tarballs will not fail on warnings by default, while building from git will.
With client side windows, mixing GDK event delivery with explicit calls to XUngrabPointer() can result in GDK losing button release events it expects to get. This means that GDK thinks there is an implicit grab in effect when there is none and send events to the wrong window. Avoid this by bypassing GDK's event handling for most mouse events. We do a simplified conversion of the X event into a GdkEvent and send it to directly to libgtk for delivery. We make an exception when a GDK grab is already in effect - this is needed for the correct operation of menus. http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=599181