Controlling gnome-panel menus/applets via command-line
- From: Ryan Jendoubi <ryan.jendoubi@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 09 Apr 2012 13:14:15 +0100
I've often wanted to find out how to evoke gnome-panel menus via textual commands, so that I could open and switch focus to a menu via a keyboard shortcut. For example, GNOME 2's "shutdown menu" part of the Indicator applet is mapped to <Super-S> on my system, and the main Applications menu is accessible via <Alt-F1>.
Say I'd like to change these mappings, or create similar mappings in GNOME Classic - I'd need to have a "command" to evoke on pressing my desired keyboard combination, right? I don't know how else to describe what I want to the system. So:
What command can be used to interact with gnome-panel menus / applets?
And, is there a generalised way I can find out what internal signals or commands are executed when I interact with parts of the GNOME desktop with the mouse?
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