So terminal would have to be loaded for this to work?
My use case:
I need a runner that will launch with a hotkey, and provide a GUI input pop-up and feeds those inputs to the script.
(Like Autokey or Ulauncher.)
My workflow would be dependent on that functionality. I really couldn’t use Qubes as my primary work station without it. I would sacrifice some security, by installing something in Dom0 if there was no other way.
If something simple like ^^^^ would work that would be great. But I need to wire it so that it pops up the input window while inside any other application or appVm window. Is that possible? Or do I have to resort to a 3rd party install? And if so, anything you’d recommend keeping in mind the changes in 4.1?
If you aren’t proficient with shell scripting yet or want something simple, you can install zenity again (but haven’t tried it). Someone here in the forum was even able to keep it 4.1, but did upgrade in-place from 4.0.
What I currently do to return something as response, is to write the answer in a file (inside the executing -e part), for example inside $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR.