Thanks a lot for your replies! (you're damn fast btw
Quote:No, sorry. I wanted, but it makes the implemention very difficult so I gave up.
Maybe I'll add this feature in the future.
Ah, ok! I just was curious
Quote:sure, just add /usr/bin/python and enter the python filename in the "Arguments" section.
(you'll have to create a symlink to /usr/bin/python in your home directory, I think XBMC won't allow browsing into / directory)
You may also add Python as File Launcher add python files to it manually.
Sorry, I didn't express very well. I just noticed that if i launch a terminal (or
worker and from there a terminal) from Launcher/xbmc f.e.
emerge ("gentoo package management system" - using python alot) doesn't work as it should.
Quote:Currently I have no way to minimize XBMC window. I'm running XBMC without GNOME (Just On X) and it works great without minimizing.>If XBMC guys will develop a Minimize Builtin Function, I'll be able to use it.
when not using awesome or xfce which i use here atm, but only launching
xbmc into X i have the problem, that the apps i launch from xbmc don't
get the mouse/keyboard as xbmc still occupies them.
very likely that i should make a better startscript though
Quote:Sorry, I Don't know what is wrong, I didn't notice in my apps.
It's probably an Conflict with XBMC. I have no clue how to fix it. please send me the name of the app or games so I can try recreate this bug in my machine.
some days back several apps launched with a pythonscript from xbmc
didn't have sound. today only "chromium bsu" doesn't have sound, which
probably comes from an occupied oss (alsa-emu) driver.
maybe this is already fixed and i reported too fast