Joined: Jan. 2007
||Posted: July 17 2007,19:57
|Wouldn't that... not work?|
lol....you have a point there
I guess I should be more thorough in my explanation:
When this program is running, all mouse and keyboard events will not be recognized by any programs besides itself. Once an event is generated then a window will pop up prompting to enter a password and mouse/keyboard functions will still only be available to itself. If a password is not entered in a certain amount of time then the window will close and go back to where it started (where this explanation started). If a password is entered then the window will close and the mouse/keyboard are free to use normally. After another certain (different?) amount of time where no mouse/keyboard events were produced then it returns to the state at the beginning of this explanation.
basically its just a locker for x
Huh, after explaining it that way I may be able to just write a script file to do this??
anyway, i looked into xscreensaver and xlock, but couldnt figure out a way for them not to either run a screensaver or turn the screen blank.