THIS ADVICE APPEARS TO BE OUT OF DATE AND MAY NOT WORK - suggest asking on Talon slack if you’re having trouble with this!
By default, the knausj repo allows using the ‘pop’ sound to enact a mouse click only while Tobii eyetracking’s control mouse is active.
To enable pop to click with or without Tobii, edit code/mouse.py and modify lines 190-194 to the following:
def on_pop(active): if (gaze_job or scroll_job): if settings.get("user.mouse_enable_pop_stops_scroll") >= 1: stop_scroll() else: if settings.get("user.mouse_enable_pop_click") >= 1: ctrl.mouse_click(button=0, hold=16000)
Previously, pop to click would continue to work when Talon was asleep, but a recent PR changed the behavior to turn off pop to click when Talon is asleep.
NOTE If you use knausj, please be sure to not also use noise.py from another place like the talon examples repo!
If talon is scripted to support your programming language, activating language support is as easy as focusing a file with the correct extension. For example, opening a file with the extension
.ts will enable TypeScript support.
If for some reason you are not in a file with the correct extension, you can manually activate the language mode with the commands defined in modes/modes.talon. For example, to activate TypeScript support say the command
force type script. This will activate the correct mode for as long as you want until you say the command
clear language modes.
There are some commands that are defined at a high level for all programming languages.
Common language commands are defined as below:
|lang/programming.talon||Commands for functions, loops, and other common control structures|
|lang/operators.talon||Commands for logical, bitwise, and other common operators|
|lang/comment.talon||Commands for comments|
The functionality for the common commands is implemented in each language-specific script, for example TypeScript support is defined in lang/typescript.talon.
Any language-specific commands are also defined in the language-specific script, for example lang/typescript.talon.
Some examples of high-level programming concepts that are implemented in TypeScript are given below. See lang/programming.talon and lang/typescript.talon for more high-level commands.
|Command||Output (TypeScript, as example)|
|pro funky foo||
|pub funky foo||
Some examples of language-specific commands defined in TypeScript are given below. See code/typescript.talon for more language-specific commands.
|Command||Output (TypeScript as example)|