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FancyBell for X

FancyBell for X replaces the X keyboard bell with an audio playback using the Xkb Extension. It can replace any bell rings by any X clients, even remote ones, by just running it.

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  •  11 May 2001 10:00

    Release Notes: New event now properly cancels the previous bell before ringing a new one using a POSIX signal.

    •  14 Feb 2001 19:14

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      Recent comments

      17 May 2001 17:12 zany

      Re: Gbeep

      > Fortunately, FancyBell theoretically does not
      depend on any kernel :).

      Since that is an important feature
      <a
      href="http://freshmeat.net/projects/gbeep/">GBeep
      defaults to compile with Xkk now. The LKM is optional.


      Thank you for your efforts!

      11 May 2001 04:37 kazssym

      Re: Gbeep
      Thank you for the information. Fortunately,
      FancyBell theoretically does not depend on any
      kernel :). With an Xkb-aware application, it will
      also be able to ring different "bells" on
      different events in a unified manner like Windows
      does. It is the merit of using the Xkb extension,
      I think.

      17 Feb 2001 08:38 zany

      Gbeep
      If you have Gnome be sure to have a look at <a
      href="http://freshmeat.net/projects/gbeep/">GBeep.
      It's doesn't depend on X and replaces the linux
      console bell also. Though a Linux Kernel Module
      (LKM) is needed.

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