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#1 pistolizedpete  Icon User is offline

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Mods on here jumping to conclusions for no real reason...

Posted 07 March 2013 - 08:26 AM

I posted about using keylistener without a gui.

The reason is not a keylogger and that you would just assume that for no reason is ridiculous
so I'll post again...

I'm trying to implement a digital signage system that will work by automatically opening
Chrome on the signage page in full screen mode. If you do this using Java, at least on Ubuntu,
there is no way to exit full screen mode without doing something unnecessary like logging out
and even that seems to work intermittently.

How can I kill the process another way?

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Re: Mods on here jumping to conclusions for no real reason...

Posted 07 March 2013 - 08:29 AM

The simple answer is that you cannot use a KeyListener without a GUI. As I already answered in your other thread, any ways to accomplish this task would involve the same methods as implementing a Keylogger. Regardless of your intentions, we will not help you on this per site policies regarding potentially malicious software.

Also, please stop posting in the wrong forums. If you have an issue with moderation actions, you can PM the team member in question. If you have a help question, post it in the help forum, not the Advanced Discussion forum.

I'm closing this thread. Do not open a third thread on this topic.
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