Desktop XFCE4 now has a plug-in hot corners, which provides an easy way for users to activate and engage the four corners of a monitor to perform specific tasks or open applications.
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The plugin is active corners XFCE4 (XFCE4 HotCorner Plugin) is a young project created a week ago. Currently it supports the following operations on the monitor:
-xfdashboard (dashboard style for Xfce GNOME Shell)
-Enable splash screen
-Turning off the monitor
-To run a custom command
-The plugin also has the ability to disable hot corners when the active window is full screen.
Installation into Linux Mint 17/17.1/17.2:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:xubuntu-dev/extras sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install xfce4-hotcorner-plugin xfdashboard
After the installation, right click on any free space of the panel and choose Add new items:
In the opened window, Add new items, activate the line with the plugin HotCorner and click Add:
On the panel to display the applet in the form of a monitor. Click on it and select Properties:
Now you can configure and use the four corners of the monitor in its discretion, so that when you hover the mouse cursor at a particular corner of the monitor was carried out assigned functions or commands:
And to enable or disable triggering hot corners with the window open to full screen (Disable when active window is fill screen).