Commit fc0a577d authored by Daiki Ueno's avatar Daiki Ueno
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Suggest to use ibus focus-listener rather than atspi.

parent 69d16ddc
......@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ eekboard - an easy to use virtual keyboard toolkit -*- outline -*-
eekboard is a virtual keyboard software package, including a set of
tools to implement desktop virtual keyboards.
* How to build
* Building
** Dependencies
......@@ -24,55 +24,12 @@ OPTIONAL: libXtst, at-spi2-core, IBus, Clutter, Clutter-Gtk, Python, Vala, gobje
$ make
$ sudo make install
* Using command-line tools
eekboard currently includes 3 tools to implement your own virtual
keyboard.
** eekboard-server
eekboard-server is a D-Bus server which is responsible for drawing
interactive on-screen keyboards. Since it has a D-Bus service
activation entry, you will not need to start it manually, but you can
do that with:
$ eekboard-server &
** eekboard
eekboard is a client of eekboard-server. It listens desktop events
(keyboard change, focus in/out, and keystroke) and generates key
events when some keys are pressed on the on-screen keyboard. It can
be started with:
* Running
$ eekboard
$ eekboard -f # show/hide automatically based on focus-in/focus-out events
By default it renders current system keyboard layout. To read custom
keyboard layout, specify --keyboard option like:
$ eekboard --keyboard /usr/share/eekboard/keyboards/us-qwerty.xml
** eekboard-xml
eekboard-xml is a tool to manipulate XML keyboard description read by
eekboard if --keyboard option is specified.
To dump the current system keyboard layout into an XML file:
$ eekboard-xml --dump > keyboard.xml
You can display the dumped layout with:
$ eekboard-xml --load keyboard.xml
* Using library
eekboard currently includes two libraries. One is to access
eekboard-server via D-Bus and another is to manually render on-screen
keyboards.
For the former, see
file:docs/reference/eekboard/html/index.html
Even though eekboard -f watches a11y events by default, it currently
works better with IBus. To use IBus, do:
For the latter, see
See file:docs/reference/eek/html/index.html
$ gsettings set org.fedorahosted.eekboard focus-listener 'ibus'
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Name=Eekboard
Exec=eekboard -f
Type=Application
AutostartCondition=GSettings org.gnome.desktop.a11y.applications screen-keyboard-enabled
#AutostartCondition=GSettings org.gnome.desktop.a11y.applications screen-keyboard-enabled
X-GNOME-AutoRestart=true
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