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Old 09-07-2005, 05:48 PM   #1
drj000
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Command line program to send X events?


I was wondering if a program exists that can send X events the same way irxevent does, but as a regular command line program. For example, I could run, most likely from some script, something like "xsend Key N Totem" and it would send a keypress of N to Totem (going to the next track in Totem).
 
  


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