Tags not responding to mouse clicks

Kinley Dorji kinleyd at gmail.com
Fri Sep 12 11:06:54 CEST 2014

Just to see if it was the contributing factor, I downgraded my kernel from
3.16.2-1 to 3.16.1.-1 and found the problem didn't go away. I'm guessing
now that it must be to do with the install/uninstall of gnome15, g15daemon
and g15stats. The first involved installation and removal of a lot of files
including gnome shell, as well as a number of python2 scripts, including
python2-uinput, etc. The latter two were much smaller installs/uninstalls.

I must investigate these - Jacque Clouseau is on the trail!

On Thu, Sep 11, 2014 at 11:52 PM, Kinley Dorji <kinleyd at gmail.com> wrote:

> Other than upgrading my arch system to the new kernel I also installed and
> then uninstalled gnome15, g15daemon and g15stats. I don't suppose that
> could affect hlwm could it?
> On Sep 11, 2014 11:39 PM, "Kinley Dorji" <kinleyd at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks Florian. I have the same version as you - 0.9.5-svn.
>> On Sep 11, 2014 10:47 PM, "Florian Bruhin" <me at the-compiler.org> wrote:
>>> * Kinley Dorji <kinleyd at gmail.com> [2014-09-11 22:13:19 +0600]:
>>> > Not sure what the problem is, but it started after I upgraded my
>>> system to
>>> > the kernel v. a couple of days ago. Everything else works
>>> except
>>> > my system doesn't respond to clicks on the tag names when I try to
>>> switch
>>> > tags via the mouse. Win+[Tag Number] still works though, so it's not a
>>> > complete show stopper.
>>> This sounds like you have an old dzen2-version installed, i.e. the
>>> non-git/svn version. Perhaps you accidentally downgraded it?
>>> What does "dzen2 -v" say? For me it's dzen-0.9.5-svn.
>>> Florian
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