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#1 2012-03-10 10:58:27

espectalll123
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[FIXED] Differentiating windows of different users

Hi again. So, as now I have my own oneye server, and I'm "too dangerous" using the root account, I made me my own server's account. Sometimes I need to set up the server, so, I use the "Run" menu, logging as root, instead of logout and login. The problem is... that I can't differentiate the root windows of my user windows. mad

So, I think you could develop a simple idea: adding to the root windows' titles something like "- root". For example:

System Settings - root

This would help me to know if I'm using my windows or root's windows. Please, if you know how to make it without bugs, develop it soon!

Thanks for reading my idea! smile

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#2 2012-03-11 13:46:32

lars-sh
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Re: [FIXED] Differentiating windows of different users

Hmm... sounds great smile .

At first I'd like to say, that you can see the processe's user in the Process manager.

In order to do this we'd need to compare $currentUser with the user, that's running the "eyex" process.

But I've another new idea: In case there are two processes from the same application, I cannot be sure, what's the correct one. So what about a feature, that brings the window(s) of a specific process to the front?


Best regards,
Lars Knickrehm

The oneye project.

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#3 2012-03-11 15:39:33

lars-sh
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Re: [FIXED] Differentiating windows of different users

Committed in revisions 7386 and 7387 smile .


Best regards,
Lars Knickrehm

The oneye project.

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