Good idea, thanks, I'll bind my lock key to that. I think I learned of xautolock after learning that I could lock the screen by binding i3lock to a key.
Jeff Abrahamson +33 6 24 40 01 57 +44 7920 594 255 <-- only if I'm in the UK http://jeff.purple.com/ http://blog.purple.com/jeff/ On 1 May 2015 at 17:44, Serge van Ginderachter <se...@vanginderachter.be> wrote: > > On 1 May 2015 at 17:40, Jeff Abrahamson <j...@purple.com> wrote: > >> I lock the screen from the keyboard. That key is bound to i3lock --dpms >> --inactivity-timeout 10 --color=220022 . >> > > > If you use xautolock, better trigger a lock through it then, I use the > Pause button to lock it like this: > > bindsym Pause exec "xautolock -locknow" > > >