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  Thread: What are you working on?
Post: RE: What are you working on?

Getting back on the touchscreen program. Decided to use straight up xlib instead of Tk. Kivy might've been able to work, but I don't feel like going through all that documentation. Plus I feel like Ki...
mrmister Programming On Unix 391 191,217 20-04-2017, 02:36 PM
  Thread: Learning Go over C and Python
Post: RE: Learning Go over C and Python

(17-12-2016, 01:16 PM)jkl Wrote: That's why Google wants them.I don't know anything about how businesses work really, so how is it a good idea to get dumb programmers working for your company?
mrmister Programming On Unix 13 8,901 17-12-2016, 07:34 PM
  Thread: Learning Go over C and Python
Post: RE: Learning Go over C and Python

How the heck can these folks who have degrees/certifications in this mess and know crap tons more programming stuff than me, can't understand a simple language. Meanwhile lazy me got an F on a CS clas...
mrmister Programming On Unix 13 8,901 17-12-2016, 01:06 PM
  Thread: What are you working on?
Post: RE: What are you working on?

And heres the demo video. Thanks for the help albertocg. https://u.teknik.io/4UNEv.mp4 EDIT: Looks like the file is actually corrupt. Will try to give another try
mrmister Programming On Unix 391 191,217 29-09-2016, 06:31 PM
  Thread: What are you working on?
Post: RE: What are you working on?

So i finally fixed that weird bug in my touch-command program, whatever it is called. I also have a video for you guys. Unfortunately, the image seems to be too compressed or something, so the image w...
mrmister Programming On Unix 391 191,217 29-09-2016, 02:19 PM
  Thread: What are you working on?
Post: RE: What are you working on?

Found a workaround for the window switching issue. I used xdotool again to activate a keybind set by the window manager (openbox) to change to the previous window, then type the key. This may not work...
mrmister Programming On Unix 391 191,217 13-09-2016, 02:05 AM
  Thread: What are you working on?
Post: RE: What are you working on?

So im now officially stuck on both programs im working on. On my swipe n execute program, while the configuration file is being read, the buttons seem to end up getting all of the combos and commands...
mrmister Programming On Unix 391 191,217 12-09-2016, 06:41 PM
  Thread: What are you working on?
Post: RE: What are you working on?

I have successfully created multiple button objects with its own personal set of commands and combos. I am now working on getting the program to make buttons, combos, and commands based on a configur...
mrmister Programming On Unix 391 191,217 07-09-2016, 05:31 PM
  Thread: Hey!
Post: RE: Hey!

Welcome to the forum
mrmister 8 4,874 07-09-2016, 01:16 PM
  Thread: What are you working on?
Post: RE: What are you working on?

As my first serious program, I'm creating a touch screen gesture maker for linux, using python and Tk GUI. Imagine a small floating window with a 3x3 grid of buttons taking up a small portion of the ...
mrmister Programming On Unix 391 191,217 03-09-2016, 11:24 PM
  Thread: Why are we here now
Post: RE: Why are we here now

My dad was messing with fedora 8 for a while, and i was interested. When he finally gave me an account i was confused with the new interface, so i went back to windows. Fast forwarding to about 6-7 ye...
mrmister Psychology, Philosophy, and Licenses 12 9,448 26-07-2016, 05:52 PM
  Thread: What do your usernames mean?
Post: RE: What do your usernames mean?

Simple play on words You may also see me as mrmistah or mrmistuh, since some people pronounce it as if it ended with those letters. Though you will hardly find those names since i use them when the o...
mrmister 65 36,569 11-07-2016, 06:51 PM
  Thread: How old are you?
Post: RE: How old are you?

18, turning 19 in november I know only the basics, but im not even good with the shell (probably cause i rarely do any scripting). Got a bunch of old computers I don't even know what to do with also...
mrmister Off topic 121 58,082 11-07-2016, 06:19 PM
  Thread: Hey guys
Post: Hey guys

Hey guys, found this forum after snooping around some programming blogs. Thought it would be nice to hang here. I'd like to do systems programming, so if you guys have some advice or info, please lem...
mrmister 12 5,477 22-04-2016, 10:35 AM