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#147 fixed to enable ARD on OSX, we need the user's password - provide a way to request it Antoine Martin Antoine gmail

The command used for toggling ARD on or off requires authentication, at the moment we don't keep the password (we should - but only for platforms that are known to require it: osx) and we need a way to request it if we do not have it (key login).

Then we can use the password to enable ARD if it is not enabled (and potentially other things - auto-start?)

#148 fixed xpra want's xpra but only is available in Ubuntu Maverick Antoine Martin WoLpH

This is basically the same as ticket #121 but since I can't reopen, I made a new ticket.

The packages files for Maverick (both 32 and 64 bit) seem to be out of date aswell:

#149 fixed The '<' key produces '>' with the winswitch xpra Antoine Martin Dwight Schauer

Using xfce4's terminal the '<' and '>' keys are fine. Using the same terminal and going through xpra, < (lt) is > (gt), but > (gt) is still correct, and , (comma) and . (period) are still correct.

Without xpra: <> ,. With xpra: >> ,.

I can copy/paste a '<' from a non xpra window and it works as expected.

Same thing happens with Xfce's Mousepad 0.2.16 and Terminal 0.4.7.

This is with aur/xpra-winswitch aur/parti-all 0.0.6-2 is fine and does not have this bug.

Both Xfce's Mousepad and Terminal behaviours are correct in terms of '<' and '>' when using the xpra from parti-all.

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