I've been looking for a solution to this, with the only solution i found being to something that is not related to my setup (conflicts with pypanel, while i'm using tint2). Does anyone here know of a solution that doesn't involve changing the blender shortcuts themselves, i've gotten too used to them that it's actually a suprise to me too that i don't want to change them wierd, i know
Last edited by anark10n (2012-11-25 11:50:32)
i had the same problem. Most of time I close down the openbox playing with blender...
I may be misunderstanding you. completely stop openbox and then open blender?
I guess you are running openbox-standalone and your X closes when you do
$ killall openbox
or some loginmanager. My mistake for not notifying earlier.
but there is the way around.
The trick is not letting exec to land on openbox-session.
for that you can for the moment move your .xinitrc
$ mv .xinitrc .xinitrc.bak
then you can fireup you xinit which leaves you with xterm.
then run openbox-session or openbox, blender or alternative windows manager like fluxbox or something to just get work started.
My method are not really applicable you can see..
Finally fixed it. So here's the steps. Open up the rc.xml file, go to the mouse section and find all <mousbind> tags with the "button" attribute set to button="A-Right" . Uncomment/delete or change the key combination for any of these mouse bindings, and that's the alt+right click in blender working again on openbox.
Last edited by anark10n (2012-11-25 11:55:37)