Hello *,

I got some problems with epistrophy an OpenBox. I like to have the
normal functions for switching the Windows or the Workspaces bound to
the usual keys. I tried some example configurations from the net but
only some minor things are working.
Here is my epistrc:
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options {
# default option values

ChainTimeout 2500;
stackedCycling true;
stackedCyclingRaise true;
}

# These combinations are working correct
Mod1-F1 changeWorkspace 1;
Mod1-F2 changeWorkspace 2;
Mod1-F3 changeWorkspace 3;
Mod1-F4 changeWorkspace 4;
Mod1-F5 changeWorkspace 5;
Mod1-F6 changeWorkspace 6;
Mod1-F7 changeWorkspace 7;

# This combination works correct
Control-F1 execute "xterm";

# Doesn't work. On Mod1-x-n switch to Workspace 1
Mod1-x {
n nextWorkspace;
p prevWorkspace;
}

# Doesn't work at all
Mod1-Tab nextWindow;
Mod1-Shift-Tab prevWindow;

# Doesn't work at all
Control-Mod1-Right nextWindow;
Control-Mod1-Shift-Right nextwindowonallworkspaces;
Control-Mod1-Left prevWindow;
Control-Mod1-Shift-Left prevwindowonallworkspaces;
Control-Mod1-Up nextWorkspace;
Control-Mod1-Down prevWorkspace;

# These combinations work correctly
# These default to 5 pixels.
Mod1-Up moveWindowUp;
Mod1-Down moveWindowDown;
Mod1-Left moveWindowLeft;
Mod1-Right moveWindowRight;

# Doesn't work. On Mod1-x-n switch to Workspace 1
Control-Mod1-x {
n nextWorkspace;
p prevWorkspace;
}

# Doesn't work. On Mod1-x-n switch to Workspace 1
# Windows
Mod4-x {
n nextWorkspace;
p prevWorkspace;
w nextWindow;
q prevWindow;
}

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Unfortunatly there is no debugging output from Epistrophy on this behaviour.

I'm using this on an SuSE Linux 8.2 Professional (IA-32)

Has got anyone an working konfiguration for this?

Thanks

Falko Zurell