If you use Deluge WebUI then from time to time you have to enter your password and select default connection in the connection manager. It could be a bit annoying, especially if you use your own local server (e.g. OpenMediaVault) and do not expose WebUI to the external world. Of course, you can use a workaround and avoid direct interaction with WebUI. For example, Transdrone is a good Android interface, which can connect to Deluge using your WebUI password. Looks good, but it's much better just to remove these annoying windows. Below is a step-by-step instruction.More...
For those who don't know: xdotool - it's a small console program, which can emulate keyboard and mouse input. I used it together with irexec and lirc to control my computer. xdotool I used only to control sound volume by emulating multimedia keystrokes. Unfortunately, I found an unpleasant bug. Starting from some unknown version (I don't know the exact number, because I notice this behavior much later) xdotool refused to work correctly with non-english keyboard layouts. Moreover, after I switched to Debian, it started to hang for second before execute command.
I did not have time to deeply investigate this problem, but accidentally I found a great alternative. Its name is xmacro.