On Mon, 4 Jun 2012 15:27:27 +0300 (EEST) Robert Krambovitis <robert@...>
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> From: "P Purkayastha" <ppurka@...>
> To: enlightenment-users@...
> Sent: Monday, June 4, 2012 2:54:01 PM
> Subject: Re: [e-users] Fullscreen window, change focus causes iconify
> On 06/04/2012 07:11 PM, Robert Krambovitis wrote:
> > Good Morning,
> > My e was working great so I haven't updated for a while. However I decided
> > it was a good time to see what's new. I initially built r71641, however I
> > had poor performance, laggy icons in the ibar, laggy start everything
> > launcher, and a general laggy feel when switching desktops etc.
> > So I decided to instead build the "stable" r70490 which appears to be
> > working fine.
> > I really like the change in the "fullscreen" windows, now going properly
> > fullscreen, like no borders, no background showing around my terminal etc.
> > However, here's an issue I encountered. I enabled the "allow windows above
> > fullscreen window" in the "window stacking" dialogue.
> > The problem I have is that as soon as I move my mouse over another window,
> > which then gets focus (i.e. when I want to paste something into a text
> > editor), my fullscreen window underneath gets iconified !! I haven't found
> > any option that disables this behaviour, and I definitely don't consider it
> > a "feature".
> > Please give me a way to disable this functionality.
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Robert
> Search the mailing lists (only over the past 2 months) for a
> discussion leading to this change. I think this change addresses some
> other bug with fullscreen windows.
> Oh I see, there was a thread in the devel list (which I don't follow).
> It appears that the aforementioned bug was implemented to fix a different bug
> regarding alt+tab and fullscreen windows. I still believe that a simple
> toggle on/off should be available in a dialogue somewhere, since in my case,
> this is undesirable behaviour.
no - the problem was the fix didnt account for the "allow windows above
fullscreen windows" option. i fixed it in svn now.
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