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#1 2012-11-15 16:27:54

anark10n
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[SOLVED] alt + right click in blender on openbox

Hey there

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 tongue wierd, i know

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#2 2012-11-16 08:30:18

rhoit
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Re: [SOLVED] alt + right click in blender on openbox

i had the same problem. Most of time I close down the openbox playing with blender...

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#3 2012-11-16 19:12:47

anark10n
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Re: [SOLVED] alt + right click in blender on openbox

I may be misunderstanding you. completely stop openbox and then open blender?

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#4 2012-11-16 22:04:34

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Re: [SOLVED] alt + right click in blender on openbox

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..

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#5 2012-11-25 11:53:57

anark10n
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Re: [SOLVED] alt + right click in blender on openbox

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.

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