On Thu, 20 Oct 2005 02:50:55 -0400, Eirik Byrkjeflot Anonsen
"J.V." <jsv@xxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
Does anyone know if there's a way to disable the "click to raise"
I use CDE (Solaris) and twm (Linux) and disabled the "click to raise"
in the window manager but ever since Opera 8 came out, it seems like
Opera or QT ignores this window manager setting.
Are you saying that you have to click in the opera window to make it
raise? Or are you saying that the opera window is raised when you
click in the window?
There are a few window managers which are not supposed to raise the window
just because you focused it ... even had a discussion earlier with someone
who used a "window manager" (if you can call it that) where clicking was
not supposed to shift the keyboard focus. But there was an option in his
wm to override "misbehaving" apps - though we couldn't help him he was
able to help himself.
I'm sure in this case his is talking about the focus autoraise.
I know in KDE you can't do anything about the autoraise but there's an
option to lower the window (by using Alt+middle-click). Maybe CDE has
something similar. (Can't imagine twm having much of anything like that
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