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    Smile Toggle Enable/Disable Easy stroke

    A script file as per this post with the following content did not work

    Code:

    #!/bin/bash
    easystroke send toggle_active

    What I want is master gesture to enable/disable Easystroke. Once it is disabled, it should listen for occurrence of the master gesture alone.

    Can you guys please provide the correct method for doing this?

    TIA.
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    Re: Disable Easystroke command

    Please don't create multiple threads on the same subject, I have merged your two threads.

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    Re: Disable Easystroke command

    Bump !
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    Unhappy Re: Disable Easystroke command

    Bump again !
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    Re: Disable Easystroke command

    how about this

    Code:
    killall easystroke; xte 'sleep 5'; easystroke
    you would need xautomation

    Code:
    sudo apt-get install xautomation
    it will close easystroke and open it in 5 seconds, or you can change to any delay you want

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    Re: Disable Easystroke command

    Quote Originally Posted by hariks0 View Post
    Bump again !
    apparently nobody knows of a built in solution.
    So scratch your own itch!
    get the source and add the feature yourself
    If you are unfamiliar with the programming language, see it as an opportunity to learn.

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